UK Tech News: Innovation Will Be Limited if the Future of Tech Isn’t Fair

UK Tech News: Innovation Will Be Limited if the Future of Tech Isn’t Fair

Our Defining a Path to Fair Tech report was featured by UK Tech News:

“The report demonstrates that, despite the digital divide and its effect on the global economy being a widely recognised issue, responsibility for bridging it lies as much with governments as with their citizens and the many technology companies that consumers engage with.”

Read the full article here.

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