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  • March 20, 2023 20 Mar'23

    Ofcom extends time on BT wholesale broadband tariff probe

    UK comms regulator to take a further two months to assess whether a regulatory green light for new wholesale pricing from ultrafast broadband market leader threatens competitiveness of UK gigabit sector

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  • March 20, 2023 20 Mar'23

    Government should invest in maritime tech, say MPs

    Report from the Transport Committee calls for investment in technology for the maritime sector, and wants the government to make it easier to scale-up innovation

  • March 20, 2023 20 Mar'23

    BBC cracks down on TikTok after review

    The BBC is asking staff not to install TikTok on corporate-owned devices without a justified business purpose, although its use will still be allowed to share media content with its audiences

  • March 17, 2023 17 Mar'23

    CIO interview: Russ Thornton, chief technology officer at Shawbrook Bank

    Russ Thornton swapped life on the theatre podium for financial services IT, but thrives in an environment where orchestrating IT teams is a core skill

  • March 17, 2023 17 Mar'23

    UK TikTok ban gives us all cause to consider social media security

    The UK government’s ban on TikTok should give all organisations cause to look into what information social media platforms are collecting on us, and what they are using it for

  • March 17, 2023 17 Mar'23

    UK government to create code of practice for generative AI firms

    The code will look to strike a balance between copyright holders and generative AI firms so that both parties can benefit from the use of copyrighted material in training data

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