"TechUK" Posts

AI, Ethics and Data: A Watershed Moment?

Recent events have triggered debate about the ethical impact of the use of data-driven technology, artificial intelligence & machine learning in democratic societies. techUK weighs in with perspectives.


Privacy and Compliance: Time to Move Fast and Fix Things…

Over the last few years there has been intense discussion and real progress on the culture, regulation and ethics of technology. techUK CEO Julian David explains.

Will GDPR Change the Data Protection World?

Data protection remains in the headlines. Facebook apologizes after personal data was accessed for political purposes. Next up: The GDPR deadline in May.

One for the Boys…

Jacqueline de Rojas, techUK president, outlines what men can do to be good allies to women in tech, and celebrates the men who are helping to improve diversity.

Will The United Kingdom’s Open Banking Invite the Fraudsters in?

‘Open Banking’ in the UK puts into place the infrastructure and the rules needed to enable new types of financial service to work. TechUK explains.

Encryption vs. Extremism: We Must Separate the Debates

Encryption is here to stay. But a new approach between government, industry & civil society is required. TechUK explains why.


Government Contracts in the Digital Age: The UK View

The UK government is doing ongoing work to develop ‘contracts for the digital age.’ Here’s a look at the progress so far according to techUK.

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6 Priorities for the Free Flow of Data Across Europe

techUK has identified six issues the Free Flow of Data Initiative should address to ensure data can effectively move throughout European.

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TechUK CEO Responds to Brexit Vote

Julian David, CEO of techUK, says technology businesses and SMBs can still thrive despite Brexit — Britain’s decision to exit the European Union (EU).

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EU-US Privacy Shield: The Long and the Short

Safe Harbor is no more, replaced by the EU-US Privacy Shield. techUK describes what the deal means for companies transferring data internationally.