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Regulators must keep pace with the innovation in digital money
Virtual assistant delights in your loss.
Alternative platforms step in to fill void left by agriculture department’s key reports
Tech giant handed bill by Paris after audit covering past decade
US-led proposal said to have backing as countries adapt to digital economy
Techno-optimism appears out of touch with ‘techlash’ over data privacy
The inspiring openness of our online world needs to be preserved
Updated welfare and employment laws needed to adapt to fast change in labour dynamics
Silicon Valley’s libertarianism and China’s authoritarianism are not the only paths
Greater exposure of operating performance is long overdue
Hostility to disruptive models has been fierce — but is a ceasefire on the horizon?
Lack of progress in reducing costs helps leave millions offline, survey finds
Britain has the chance to lead and create a resilient system of regulation
Improved internet governance is vital to protect existing and future users
Properly managed transition could boost job creation and enable more inclusive growth
Democracies should establish a single infrastructure for the digital identity
It’s estimated that the data Facebook harvests each year is worth, on average, $240 from every American adult’
Number of users now exceeds 800m, more than the US and India combined
Online payments groups under pressure to diversify amid signs of market saturation
Consumers and businesses can reap the benefits of the coming technological revolution
Jason Furman has been an influential US advocate for increased competition
Trump appointee says ‘great efficiencies’ can come from large groups buying smaller rivals