GDPR 2.0? A date with data
GDPR has been roundly criticised by parts of the Conservative Party. Now, the Secretary of State for Digital is looking to make data a "Brexit dividend". Data adequacy is at risk.
Spring Budget 2021: What does it mean for tech companies?
The Chancellor of the Exchequer presented his Spring Budget. Rishi is the tech Chancellor, and this Budget has plenty in it for technology companies, founders and investors.
Tough Gig: The relationship between business and workers in the gig economy is shifting
A barely healing wound has been reopened by the Supreme Court's ruling that some Uber drivers were workers rather than independent contractors. This will be important for many "gig economy" digital businesses, but also for other parts of the economy.
Taking Stock: Financial harms may be back in scope of the UK’s Online Safety Bill
The UK Government is preparing to publish its final proposal around online harms. This will regulate how online businesses that allow users to create and interact are allowed to operate. Up until now the Government has tried to exclude "financial harms" such as pension scams, but this looks increasingly likely to change.
Ahead of the Game: Analysing the political, regulatory and policy risks to the UK's video games industry
The video games industry continues to grow in the UK, with publicly-traded businesses such as Team17 and Frontier Developments increasing significantly in value. As the industry gets bigger it is increasingly the target of government and regulators. This report provides a comprehensive assessment of regulatory and political risks to the UK's video games industry, as well as including exclusive polling.