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This was clearly a budget for technology and innovation, says Dr Joanna Cox, Head of Policy at the Institution of Engineering and Technology.
Lloyds Banking Group has announced they are now providing customers of Lloyds, Bank of Scotland and Halifax access to gambling-blocking software, Gamban, adding an extra layer of protection for vulnerable customers of high street banks.
Conservative MPs have reacted with anger after Chris Grayling was handed a seat on Parliament's prestigious Intelligence and Security Committee.
A raft of senior Conservative MPs have warned Boris Johnson the UK will be "friendless" if it allows Huawei to build its 5G network.
Michael Dugher, Chief Executive of the Betting and Gaming Council has weclomed Oliver Dowden’s appointment as Secretary of State at DCMS.
Employees would be given the right to switch off digital devices when they go home spend so they can spend more time with their families under plans unveiled by Rebecca Long-Bailey.
We already have the most comprehensive CCTV coverage in the Western world, add artificial intelligence driven live facial recognition and you have all the makings of a surveillance state, writes Lord Clement-Jones.
Parliament should push for the widest possible involvement of opposition parties and non-governmental organizations as plans move forward on a national data strategy, writes Lord Wallace.
The new Chief Executive of the Betting and Gaming Council, Michael Dugher, writes that he is determined to drive big changes across the industry and help the Government deliver the most far-reaching package of reforms as part of their Review of the Gambling Act.
Recent media reports suggested that betting companies had access to an educational database – the Learning Records Service – which includes the personal details of 28 million pupils aged 14 and above from state and private schools and colleges across the UK. The development was framed as one of the ‘biggest breaches of government data’.
Recent news over the FA Cup’s broadcasting agreement with gambling operators cast the industry into the public and political limelight. It prompted questions about the ‘gamblification of sport’, and whether any sport should only be available on betting websites.