The Digital Economy

4 ways regulators must keep up with the global digital economy

The Federal Trade Commission announces sanctions for Facebook in 2019 for mishandling user privacy. Image: Reuters/Yuri Gripas

Lisa Quest

Partner; Head, Public Sector, United Kingdom & Ireland, Oliver Wyman (Marsh McLennan)

Jo Ann Barefoot

Founder, CEO, Alliance for Innovative Regulation

Owain Service

Founder, CEO, The Cognition Company

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