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  • August 03, 2022 03 Aug'22

    New EU due diligence law needs amending to stop tech sector abuse

    European corporate due diligence directive seeking to transform how companies approach their human rights and environmental risk is welcome, but without further changes, it will fail to effectively curb tech firms’ harmful practices, claims ...

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  • August 03, 2022 03 Aug'22

    GSMA warns of potential 5G benefits loss through lack of 6GHz wireless band allocation

    Trade body for the global mobile industry publishes industry ecosystem review and rails further against plans to offer the full 6GHz band to unlicensed use, warning a significant portion of the expected benefits of mid-band 5G could be lost if no ...

  • August 03, 2022 03 Aug'22

    Shift to remote work sees major rise in cyber crime

    Survey finds almost four in five cyber security teams agree that recent changes to working practices have adversely affected their organisation’s cyber security, with one-fifth banning the use of public Wi-Fi by policy

  • August 03, 2022 03 Aug'22

    Understanding the metaverse

    At this year’s South by Southwest in March, many events – not surprisingly – revolved around the metaverse. But what's happened since?

  • August 03, 2022 03 Aug'22

    More than 60% of world population will use digital wallets by 2026

    Global take-up of digital wallets will accelerate over the next four years, driven by ‘super apps’ and QR code-based payments

  • August 03, 2022 03 Aug'22

    Finnish AI Region drives digital growth in small businesses

    Helsinki-based SMEs are being offered support and resources to help them get the best out of artificial intelligence technology to improve their operations and create services to sell