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A Template for Adequacy: EU Pitches for Data Protection Gold Standard

Unnoticed by Brussels-watchers, the European Commission is moving ahead with promoting their data protection regime. Matt Allison on their endgame…
9 Feb 2017 Opinion

Cloud computing: Lonely wanderer no more?

Cloud computing has enjoyed relative freedom from regulation but, as the services they provide grow in importance, this might change,…
3 Oct 2016 Opinion

Brexit: Questions to the Prime Minister

Theresa May is prime minister -¬†nine weeks sooner than she expected.¬† Brexit will surely define her premiership, but she must…
13 Jul 2016 Opinion

Taxation and the Digital Economy: Closing the Loop

The digital economy grows faster than policy-makers can legislate for taxation, just as the public is paying more attention to…
29 Mar 2016 Opinion

Will the Digital Single Market save the EU?

If the EU is to keep Britain in, it should be more customer-facing, as Matthew McDermott, our EMEA Public Policy…
23 Mar 2016 Opinion

Access Alert: Behind the EU-US Privacy Shield – What is ‘Safe Harbour 2.0’?

The 'EU-US Privacy Shield' is hailed as 'Safe Harbour 2.0', but hurdles remain, and even clearing them is no guarantee…
10 Feb 2016 Opinion

Battles to come over TPP for tech

The hard work of negotiating the largest multilateral trade deal in history may have wrapped up last October in Atlanta,…
20 Jan 2016 Opinion

Drone regulations must have public confidence to secure industry’s future

The industry must actively work with markets developing regulations to ensure that the public are talking about how we exploit…
24 Sep 2015 Opinion

Is Britain going to see the return of the Lord Chamberlain?

Staff member Mike Laughton was following the Queen's Speech. Although it's known around the world as a chance for the…
3 Jun 2015 Opinion