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I wrote for SCL on the VATMOSS fiasco.
The EU has published their preferences for monitoring compliance with the Directive on the accessibility of web sites and apps in the public sector.
The yearlong wait for the UK’s government digital strategy is about to get longer.
There’s been a leaked draft of the revamped ePrivacy directive, which includes the legislation known as the cookie law.
The latest batch of ideas on getting the self-employed paid on time which fall at the first hurdle.
We can’t always make sense of Brexit, but we can compartmentalise it into tidy boxes.
The draft European Accessibility Act would harmonise technical standards and accessibility requirements for hardware and physical systems across Europe.
The European Council has unveiled a draft plan to ban unjustified geoblocking in e-commerce within the European single market.
Web sites and apps of public sector bodies within Europe must come into compliance with these accessibility requirements.
I wrote for AccountingWEB on the VATMOSS reform announcement.
Today the European Commission has announced a raft of proposed reforms to the VATMOSS system.
Freelancers and the self-employed shouldn’t have to choose between publicising their home address or sharing a work address with money launderers.
Let’s take a look at two recent initiatives designed to combat late payments to freelancers and the self-employed, one in the US and one in the UK.
IWDRO, a private for-profit business under peculiar ownership, has illegally claimed to be the official regulator of the web design and development fields.
A Parliamentary hearing into Brexit’s impact on the organised digital professions provided valuable lessons for the unorganised web industry to follow.
Labour has released 170 questions for the government concerning Brexit and policy. Here are their questions regarding digital and the tech industry.