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Data regulation is an issue the bloc thinks very important but has little idea how to address
Europe can help incentivise more security-focused systems and apps
German chancellor says bloc should claim ‘digital sovereignty’ in battle with Silicon Valley
Giving college athletes control of their own image is a move closer to data as a kind of labour
Digital push raises privacy fears in country where government has wielded great power
The company has shown economic and political ambitions with its plan for a digital currency
Online marketplaces are using VAT advantage to crush bricks and mortar competitors
Continent-wide solutions will help boost growth and alleviate poverty
Thirty years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, we have surrendered to digital surveillance
What are the implications for freedom of expression?
Chinese tech giant will own 33% of $150bn payments affiliate
Emerging markets need to shift mindset from chasing manufacturing-led growth
Regulators will question representatives of digital currency over threat to financial stability
Hidden web pages allegedly circumvent EU privacy regulations
Executives and lobbyists criticise measure but urge against retaliation
Schwimmer is betting on Refinitiv and financial data revolution to unseat incumbent
Governments need to step up to nurture emergent unicorns
Although to the libertarian high priests of the internet, this would be heresy
The UK and US governments are making moves.
Our story about privacy prompted a great response. Here are some personal thoughts and ideas
Businesses are waking up to the benefits but need to recognise the dangers, too
Unilateral action is a result of the failure to reach a global consensus
Competition authority to examine platforms’ use of data and market power
Online fragmentation may be inevitable if values and tastes differ fundamentally
A somewhat personal journey through the online culture wars.