Start-up founders increasingly view ESG as an important factor in their fundraising. But the venture capital industry is still determining what ESG means to them.
Though aimed at China, a new bill emphasising US national data security could spell trouble for Europe.
In the face of growing trade restrictions online, the Digital Economic Partnership Agreement between Chile, New Zealand and Singapore is opening digital borders.
New rules for AI in Europe are simultaneously bold and underwhelming.
The AI auditing industry is booming, but the lack of a legally binding framework for AI ethics means it could legitimise harmful technologies.
The ability to switch off from work must be enshrined in law to ensure it helps - not hinders - employees.
European governments are trying to balance the need for foreign investment in technology innovation with concerns about data and national security.
The promise that 'smart border' technology would help smooth tensions over the Northern Ireland Protocol has yet to be realised.
The Covid-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of data-driven digital transformation, but it has also exacerbated a trust gap with customers over the use of data.
The UK no longer has the heft of the EU behind it, so will it be able to put a dent in Big Tech's market dominance?
The new standards system could boost the EU's position in cloud computing but more action will be needed to regain control of the continent's data.
A new 'elite' visa is among the latest measures to ensure Brexit doesn't stem the influx of technology talent. Will it be enough to fuel the UK's technology ambitions?
Amazon's attempts to counter criticism on Twitter have opened the company to ridicule.