45% of adults in England were unaware of plans to share GP records with the NHS for research. Activists argue the scheme's poor communication is deliberate.
Biden claimed in a speech on Tuesday that Russian cyberattacks could trigger kinetic warfare.
South Africa has approved the first patent that identifies an AI as its inventor. It could unlock a new era of invention – and of intellectual property abuses.
A US think tank says the Artificial Intelligence Act will cost the European economy €10bn a year in compliance costs by 2025, but the European Commission disputes those figures.
Senior leaders lack understanding of digital change, and this is holding projects back, says a new report. Better training could help solve the issue.
Servers from four cloud providers, including AWS, are thought to have been used to facilitate human rights violations. Should these companies be more proactive in policing their servers?
The company behind 26 international airlines is rolling out more biometric scanning for passengers. VP of customer experience Christian Draeger explains the plan.
Relaxing regulations could see the UK become an early adopter of critical technologies, the authors of new tech manifesto argue.
The UK has issued the most open-banking licences in Europe, a new study finds, although it lags behind the Nordics in digital commerce.
Crypto currencies are popular in the UAE, and plans for a government-issued digital coin could remove some of the associated risks.
Liz Truss's visit to Silicon Valley could be a precursor to a new type of relationship between the UK and the world's leading tech firms.
At a time when businesses are under pressure to plan their digital futures, the UK government's new digital regulation strategy is light on specifics.