GDPR Is a European data protection success story, yes? Well, yes...but it could also be a complicating factor in trying to secure a post-Brexit data adequacy deal between the UK and the EU.
Brexit adds another complication to the post-Privacy Shield world if you do business in the UK...
Data sharing is a crucial ingredient of the digital economy and one that post-Brexit Britain is going to have to get on top of to compete with its US and EU peers.
As the UK government today lays out its demands for what a post-Brexit relationship with Europe looks like, will data adequacy get the focus it deserves? As a Westminster e-Forum audience heard this week, there will be dire consequences if not.
UK faces 'no win' decision over Huawei as the firm's CEO calls the US "over-concerned" about China's capabilities
Bojo's Choice - upset the US or upset China? Meanwhile Huawei founder and CEO says that his firm is ready to fend off US action to undermine its business.
Bersin’s David Mallon discusses HR’s role in riding the turbulence of what could be a bumpy year in 2020.
WEF 2020 - there is no 'Plan B' if time runs out on a global deal on digital services taxation, admits OECD
The OECD is the last, best hope for a global agreement around a Digital Services Tax, but time is running out fast.
Salesforce's Q3 numbers show strong revenue growth, but a slip into the red on the back of acquisition activity.
US concludes that France's Digital Services Tax is deliberately attacking US firms - quelle surprise!
"I'm not going to let people take advantage of American companies. If anyone is going to take advantage of American companies, it's going to be us." - President Trump takes aim at France's Digital Services Tax.
Ooops! When you claim the moral high ground, make sure your house is in order...
Pink-eyed Terminators, clucking Alexas and giant dark data thunderclouds looming overhead - Boris Johnson's Brexit Britain tech pitch to the world
The British Prime Minister took full advantage of a UN General Assembly address to the world's leaders to pitch a tech-enabled Brexit Britain - or that was the theory at least.
Boris Johnson's Incredible Hulk posturing is ridiculous; the prospect of a No Deal Brexit is no laughing matter for the tech sector.
Geo-political, economic and Brexit uncertainty is leaving technology buyers in a difficult position. Nothing is clear or clear-cut.
Will a No Deal Brexit cost the UK its place as a major hub in the global transfer of data, or will it break the spokes as well?