Digital public goods and open tech can help governments quickly develop solutions to big and urgent challenges - but only if key barriers are removed.
Digital identity platforms can improve inclusivity, financial participation and access to government services, but issues of privacy and security remain.
The metaverse has already established a big presence in our society, but it has potential to cause a large environmental impact. Here's what we can do.
Cybersecurity advice has been the same for years - create better passwords to protect your security online. So why are passwords like 'qwerty' still so common?
Locking your digital device for a set period, prior planning, positive thinking, and reflection are all important steps to an effective digital detox.
In villages and townships, Africans are building their own internet infrastructure to connect and protect the unconnected. This can improve education.
Digital identity ecosystems can store, protect and share customer credentials, meeting the demand for more efficient, secure and trusted online services.
A new white paper by the Global Future Council on Responsive Financial Systems shows 3 ways we can shape public policy to enable financial inclusion.
How digital mature governments, including Estonia, are delivering automated and reusable government services in a human-centric, secure and private way
Despite the economic value of online identities, major concerns remain around privacy issues. Could the self-sovereign identity model be the solution?
Reporting of online harms increased significantly during the pandemic. What more can be done to legislate against online harms and educate wider society?
COVID-19 has highlighted the stark digital divide, with a large number of people lacking digital services at home or in their community.
Data published by the OECD shows that mental health care has been neglected and underfunded within Europe for years.
Through initiatives like the EDISON Alliance, the private sector is increasing the affordability and access to broadband, devices and digital literacy.
New forms of harm require new forms of redress. We need cohesive, systemic mechanisms that consider the rights and duties of actors in the data ecosystem.