UK

Zuckerberg threatened with summons next time he enters UK

Damian Collins, Chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport select committee, has given Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg two choices; testify voluntarily or we’ll issue a formal summons next time you enter British jurisdiction.

FTTH on the up, but UK still lags miles behind Europe

Ofcom has released the Spring edition of its Connected Nations report, revealing there are now more UK consumers who have access to FTTH connectivity than those who struggle to get a 10 Mbps connection.

UK Gov puffs out chest with £1bn AI deal

The UK government has announced the development of a £1 billion deal to put the nation at the ‘forefront’ of the artificial intelligence industry, which has been backed by 50 tech firms.

UK finds India in search for post-Brexit fortunes

The UK and India have announced a new tech partnership to identify and pair businesses, venture capital and universities, British and Indian entrepreneurs and small and medium enterprises make a splash in the connected economy.

Ofcom slaps cap on Openreach broadband packages

After receiving no criticisms from the European Commission, Ofcom is moving forward with measures to regulate the broadband wholesale market in a bid to drive competition and network upgrades.

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