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Theresa May has urged world leaders to follow the UK lead in cracking down on “hateful” extremist internet content.
Driving innovation into state-of-the-art technologies such as Artificial Intelligence and Complex Cell Models is key to maintaining the UK’s global competitiveness
George Freeman MP says supporting our leadership in 21st-century life sciences is not only good for our NHS, it would be a major boost to our economy.
Despite positively impacting employment, economic growth and delivering better medicines for patients, our Service and Supply companies are often-overlooked, says Chris Molloy.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling's Matt Zarb-Cousin reflects on the successful campaign to reduce Fixed Odds Betting Terminal (FOBT) stake levels to £2 per spin and sets out how the campaign to reduce gambling related harm will continue going forward.
The UK’s life sciences sector is a thriving hub of research and innovation but with a loss of access to international talent, the vitality of the sector is at stake, writes Nabil Rastani.
It was always unrealistic to assume that the technology companies providing social media, chat and gaming services would act unilaterally to police the online world and most will welcome a clear legal definition of harms and clarity on their statutory duty of care, says PA Consulting.
The Online Harms White Paper is a valuable step forward in creating a safer and stronger internet that works for the benefit of all humankind, says DCMS Minister, Lord Ashton.
Medicines Discovery Catapult's Helen Hind writes about the millions of blood and tissue samples stored in the UK that are not currently being used to best effect.
Those who work with Huawei can become the most competitive in the 5G era, delivering huge benefits for the next wave of growth in the digital economy, writes Huawei's Victor Zhang.
Brits have been urged to better protect themselves online after a survey revealed the most commonly breached passwords across the world.
Ministers have announced a new summer launch date for their controversial plans to implement new age-verification measures on pornography websites in the UK.
The growing intention to legislate against online child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA) is not enough to stem the rising threat, according to a new report from PA Consulting, the global innovation and transformation consultancy.
Regulating the internet is a notoriously difficult challenge, but the Online Harms White Paper presents an opportunity for industry and users to shape the future of technology regulation.
Social media companies will face massive fines or being blocked in the UK altogether if they fail to remove harmful or illegal content from their platforms.
A government online crackdown must contain measures to prevent voters being duped by social media ads, Labour has demanded.
The Campaign for Fairer Gambling writes to criticise a report paid for by the bookmaking companies, who are likely to be most affected by changes to fixed odds betting terminal (FOBT) stake levels.
Dods Monitoring’s Guinevere Poncia asks how the UK is dealing with potential security threats in its telecoms infrastructure.
Ministers have launched a probe into whether computers in the justice system are making racially-biased decisions.
Chancellor Philip Hammond is set to unveil a £100m package to tackle a surge in knife crime after a major Cabinet row over police funding.
Reappointed to the front bench in December, Chris Skidmore was thrown into the deep end. With Brexit just months away, he had his work cut out for him. But the Science Minister, who says no deal would be “very difficult” for the sector, is working hard to ensure the UK is ready for all eventualities – and to take advantage of new opportunities. He talks to Sebastian Whale
AI is sweeping through one industry after another, reshaping the skills people need at work. If the UK is to keep pace, we must ensure our people are prepared for change, says Stephen Metcalfe
We must address all of the challenges if Artificial Intelligence is to save time, money, and lives, writes Lord Holmes of Richmond
This is an opportunity to be on the right side of history. It’s time to ensure every child is finally kept safe online, says the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).