The EU’s AI Act will be fiercely debated in the coming months. Tech Monitor assesses the key concerns among businesses, MEPs and human rights groups.
Boris Johnson confronted Jeff Bezos over Amazon's UK tax bill. But is he doing enough to ensure Amazon pays fair taxes?
The EU's Chips Act will aim to boost domestic semiconductor production. But experts say that the bloc's ambitions will not be easily fulfilled.
Instead of hard law, AI is governed by a patchwork of guidelines and ethics programmes. Could these help inform upcoming legislation?
Last year, the Privacy Shield was invalidated by the CJEU. A year on, talks haven't yielded an alternative solution.
The financial services industry is embracing cloud. But this is creating risks that will likely mean more regulatory scrutiny of providers in future.
The UK's post-Brexit data plans include potentially reforming rules around AI decision making. But experts say the costs could outweigh the benefits.
Google is developing its own central processors for its computers and smartphones – the latest signal that Big Tech companies are intent on making their own chips.
The UK's Children's Code is due to be enforced from next week. Critics say its scope is unclear and fails to address the underlying causes of harm to children online.
China Mobile agreed to exit a Facebook-Amazon subsea cable project following US concerns over Chinese espionage. These worries could have big implications.
Plans for a "pro-competition regime" for digital markets post-Brexit have been revealed, and could have far-reaching consequences for major tech companies.