The decision by Google to shelve plans to launch bank accounts shows the march of Big Tech into financial services is not going to be a smooth one.
The simultaneous outage at Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp came at an awkward time for Mark Zuckerberg's company, as it battles court proceedings which could lead to its break-up.
Fractured rules for how and when data can cross international borders are exacerbating inequality, the UN has warned. But is international consensus possible?
The UK tops a new league table ranking the quality of policies for sharing secondary health data. But policies "won't work if you can't take your population with you," its creator warns.
The EU and the UK government want to encourage business-to-business data sharing. From 'data spaces' to 'data safe havens', a bewildering number of ways to make it happen are in development.
A new National AI Strategy will help co-ordinate the UK's considerable AI capabilities but Big Tech might draw the greatest benefit, critics warn.
Announced today by mayor Sadiq Khan, the new Emerging Technology Charter for London aims to provide companies with guidelines on how to implement smart city tech with fairness and transparency.
Boris Johnson confronted Jeff Bezos over Amazon's UK tax bill. But is he doing enough to ensure Amazon pays fair taxes?
The Baltic country's new Digital Testbed Framework allows international developers to use its digital government platforms as a testbed for new solutions.
Instead of hard law, AI is governed by a patchwork of guidelines and ethics programmes. Could these help inform upcoming legislation?
The UK's post-Brexit data plans include potentially reforming rules around AI decision making. But experts say the costs could outweigh the benefits.