Access Partnership to Host Workshop on “Cybersecurity in Retail and Consumer Goods Industry” in Singapore

Posted on 19th April 2018

Join Access Partnership and JurisAsia for this workshop on 10 May to get an insight into how regulators and businesses can deal with cybersecurity challenges. During the panel discussion, you’ll also hear from our industry, legal and policy experts on the potential risks and measures for cybersecurity.

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Brexit Brief: The Anti-Establishment Lords?

Posted on 19th April 2018

From the UK government losing the customs union vote to the Commonwealth immigration scandal, catch up with the latest Brexit stories, digested.

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From the Desk of Greg Francis: US Congress Re-Launches Treaty Talks on Internet Economy

Posted on 16th April 2018

Final echoes of the US Senate committee’s questions of Facebook last week will only fade in the UN Security Council where, in a few years, Member States will adopt a treaty on regulation of the Internet Economy. By opening wide the door to questions on privacy, revenue, security and purpose, Congress showed its well-placed concern and signaled that others can too.

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Access Partnership to Host Debates on Cybersecurity and Data Privacy in New York on 23 and 24 May

Posted on 13th April 2018

The forum will be a day and a half, off-the-record event for government and legal affairs staff to bring their concerns and questions to be answered by experts, as well as to develop a sense of where and how these policy issues are developing.

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EU Commits to Hit The Ground Running on AI, Blockchain, eHealth and Innovation

Posted on 11th April 2018

On 11 March, Access Partnership attended the second EU Digital Day, hosted by the Commission in Brussels, with participation from a swathe of national digital ministers. As anticipated, no less than 23 countries (both EU member states and candidate states, including Serbia) signed a joint declaration on artificial intelligence committing to enhanced cooperation to ensure that Europe does not fall behind either China or the United States when it comes to AI innovation and deployment.

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The Race for 5G

Posted on 10th April 2018

5G, the next generation of mobile wireless communications, isn’t set to roll out in the UK until 2020, but networks are ahead of the game. With EE’s Chief Executive predicting that 5G is only 18 months away in February, last week Ofcom auctioned spectrum to provide space for the coming generation of mobile networks. Who are the winners and losers?

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