The Telegraph: Big Tech’s grip on the world could trigger the next financial crash

The Telegraph: Big Tech’s grip on the world could trigger the next financial crash

Access Partnership’s Managing Director, Gregory Francis, discussed with the Telegraph if there’s a risk of reliance on big tech companies.

“In a pinch, if there’s really a national security concern, governments know perfectly well how to deal with that.”

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