Four Takeaways on the Future of Spectrum Sharing

Posted on 16th May 2018

Access Partnership took an active part at this year’s Dynamic Spectrum Alliance (DSA) summit in London. The DSA, who advocate for greater use of efficient spectrum sharing, focused the global summit on how spectrum-sharing regulatory regimes can coordinate to lower the cost of broadband and effectively deploy 5G and the Internet of Things.

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Five Takeaways from Cybersecurity in Retail Workshop

Posted on 15th May 2018

On 10 May, Access Partnership and JurisAsia co-hosted a workshop on cybersecurity in the retail and consumer goods industry. Legal and policy experts from the Cybersecurity Agency of Singapore (CSA), Lazada, JurisAsia and Access Partnership provided an insight into how regulators and businesses can deal with cybersecurity challenges. From the role of technology to the need for harmonised regulation, check out the top five takeaways from the event.

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L’Observateur: Le ciel n’est même pas une limite pour les jeunes africains que nous sommes!

Posted on 11th May 2018

Our Director for Africa Abdou Lo spoke to L’Observateur on the importance of connectivity for the young people in Africa during the CyFy Africa conference. View the interview here (in French).

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Access Partnership to Take Part in a Panel at CyFy Africa Conference

Posted on 9th May 2018

Access Partnership’s Director for Africa Abdou Lo will take part in a panel on funding the next generation of African start-ups at CyFy Africa conference, taking place on 10-12 May in Tangier, Morocco.

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Three Lessons for Bringing the Courts System to the Digital Age

Posted on 4th May 2018

Digital tools are transforming the delivery of justice in the UK, and their success holds valuable lessons, particularly for the developing world. These applications not only save money by reducing overhead and the costs of printing, but also transform the working methods of the justice system and increase efficiency.  This means faster access to justice, more transparency in the justice system, and courts that are accessible for citizens.

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Brexit Brief: Decision Time Approaches

Posted on 3rd May 2018

Prime Minister Theresa May has one week to find a new proposal to manage the customs relationship between the UK and EU after Brexit after it became clear the cabinet would not unite around her preferred proposal.

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Reflections on EU’s Digital Week: Policy Makers Eye Next Stage of Internet Regulation

Posted on 27th April 2018

This week saw MEPs and Commission officials speaking openly on tech regulation at the European Parliament High Level Conference: Shaping our Digital Future. Matt Allison reflects on EU’s Digital Week.

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