Good governance / Digital Agenda

This section details initiatives to make government a competitive advantage. It includes analysis and reports of government initiatives, as well as data on accountability and performance measures.

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31st October 2018 / Good governance / Digital Agenda


Dentons launches Market Insights publication: “Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer”

Dentons, the world’s largest law firm, has launched a new Market Insights publication entitled “Digital Transformation and the Digital Consumer”, which examines the legal implications of the online economy.  
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18th October 2018 / Good governance / Digital Agenda


Amended EU Copyright Directive – impact for technology companies

The EU Parliament's September approval of the proposed EU Copyright Directive (2016/0280) has implications for many companies with interests in digital content, including platforms, news aggregators, rights owners, creators and the press. Widely presented in the media as "breaking the internet", our view is that the proposed law might not make as significant a difference to tech companies as some are suggesting, though it is a further indication of an anti-tech direction of travel among EU law-makers.
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21st September 2018 / Good governance / Digital Agenda


Asking the right questions to define government’s role in cybersecurity

There is no one-size-fits-all approach for governments to manage cybersecurity. But asking some key questions can help leaders get started.
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20th July 2018 / Good governance / Digital Agenda


B.Smith, President Microsoft: Facial recognition technology: The need for public regulation and corporate responsibility

All tools can be used for good or ill. Even a broom can be used to sweep the floor or hit someone over the head. The more powerful the tool, the greater the benefit or damage it can cause. The last few months have brought this into stark relief when it comes to computer-assisted facial recognition – the ability of a computer to recognize people’s faces from a photo or through a camera. This technology can catalog your photos, help reunite families or potentially be misused and abused by private companies and public authorities alike, Brad Smith, President, Microsoft writes.
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