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Twitter and Facebook's action against Donald Trump shows why the tech giants should no longer enjoy the privileges of being publishers without the responsibilities.
Labour’s call for universal internet access fell flat at the 2019 general election – but the pandemic has made it an economic imperative.
The British government appears intent on driving through a radical shift in the data standards we have grown used to.
The high-profile digital regulator Margrethe Vestager is under pressure to prove her approach to US tech firms is successfully increasing competition.
From Macron’s En Marche! to the Conservatives’ “Get Brexit Done”: how populists embraced the language of science and expertise.
Proponents of the surveillance technology often liken it to CCTV, but it is much more invasive.
One of the few certainties of our time is that digital platforms will continue to thrive. The only question is quite how far their logic will penetrate our lives.
National security concerns blur with political self-interest in the Trump administration's threat to ban the Chinese-owned app.
The imperative to act on energy efficiency means decisions about 5G must be based on facts, not fiction.
The government is preparing to remove the company's telecoms equipment from our mobile networks, but it will take a decade – and some experts are concerned that it will create new problems.
If the EU were to make a large investment in railways, how should it be spent?