Almost two-thirds of the cabinet are women.
The internet is nearly 30, and it’s starting to show signs of age. Links are in crisis, and our future depends on repairing this decaying infrastructure. Thankfully, this is now a fixable...
On the 11th of June, net neutrality ended. But what are the facts behind the emotionally heightened rhetoric?
Europe's new data law is a global call those of us who collect, use, or distribute people’s information to rethink how we engage with you - the end consumer.
A round-up of the most interesting recent stories on economic growth and social inclusion.
Many technologists believe that blockchain will be more transformational than the internet itself. But is GDPR standing in its way?
Are you worried that you’ve given out too much information or agreed to a few too many terms and conditions? In this explainer, four digital experts unpack everything from consent to digi...
If there is one factor critical to the success of all Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) technologies, from AI to gene editing, from robotics to nanotech, it is trust in technology govern...
Society’s systems need an upgrade. The models we have been using are simply not up to the challenges of recent technological progress.
The first spam email was sent in 1978 - in the 40 years that have followed, trillions of junk emails have made their way into our inboxes.
What do we need to do to avoid AI being exploited by rogue states, terrorists and criminals?
Policy-makers around the world are waking up to the challenges posed by the internet giants.
Barlow's techno-utopian dream has given way to an Orwellian reality of data harvesting and surveillance. But with effort we can salvage the ideal.
Twenty-one years ago in Davos, cyber-activist John Perry Barlow championed a now-famous call to protect the sovereignty, liberty and independence of the internet from government. Read it ...
India has both the capacity and the moral authority to lead the global digital economy, says Samir Saran.