China’s Emerging Data Governance Framework: Implications For MNCs
Frameworks established by pieces of legislation make clear that Chinese regulators aim to compel multinational corporations to pursue data localization...Read More
Solidarity, Sovereignty, Strength? What GAIA-X and the German Presidency Could Mean for the EU
Achieving technological sovereignty is one of the EU’s key priorities, not just in terms of its digital agenda, but also its strategic autonomy and place in the world. While digital hasn’t always been Europe’s strength, if German leadership can foster solidarity it may help Europe achieve its goal...Read More
Privacy and Security Starts With the C-Suite
As executives grapple with growing consumer expectations and new regulatory regimes, standout companies will embrace these changing dynamics instead of hiding from them. But truly adopting values of protecting consumer privacy and baking in security measures by design requires the C-suite reaching outside of the standard chorus of voices, gaining insight from diverse perspectives...Read More
Is the Public Ready for Facial Recognition Technology?
It’s easy for conversations about new technology to devolve into fears of a dystopian world. To gain trust and bring the public along, the benefits of the technology must be clearly evident to justify the losses...Read More