India's booming e-commerce industry has attracted the attention of UK investors but internet shutdowns have become a fix for anything from protest to exam cheating.
The UK government has proposed a set of laws designed to shore up the private sector's cybersecurity defences, including expanding NIS rules to cover managed service providers.
High penalties on businesses may not be enough to achieve robust privacy across Europe, as greater clarity on all-encompassing data transfer laws is critical.
Job losses due to automation in Europe's leading economies will be offset by a shrinking working-age population and new digital and green jobs, IT analyst Forrester predicts.
'We have to be slightly careful not to stifle innovation,' Kit Malthouse MP told a House of Lords Committee, despite campaigners' fears over AI-driven policing.
The recent Digital Inclusion Benchmark reveals 'weak' commitments on AI ethics and a dearth of impact assessment.
John Edwards took up his role as the UK's new Information Commissioner today, and is likely to have a lot on his plate as Britain's data rules are overhauled.
Researchers have warned of the privacy dangers of web3 and DeFi. A new wave of platforms and protocols hopes to fix them.
Buoyed by a tech boom in Southeast Asia, Singapore's Shopee has launched in Spain, France and Poland. Will it succeed?
The UK plans to take a more 'interventionist' position on cybersecurity, experts tell Tech Monitor, including defending its values online.
The White House is clear in its ambition to mitigate AI harms. But the window of opportunity for legislation might be closing.