Recent UK government policies, consultations, and controversies related to digital and tech.
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The yearlong wait for the UK’s government digital strategy is about to get longer.
We can’t always make sense of Brexit, but we can compartmentalise it into tidy boxes.
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.
One of the many questions left unanswered in the face of Brexit is the future of the UK within the EU’s Digital Single Market (DSM).
I wrote for AccountingWeb on the digital sector’s concerns about the new apprenticeship levy.
Glaswegian metaphors as headlines for the win.
At long last, the UK Government has acknowledged the absurd undercounting of the digital economy in UK economic statistics.
What legal rights do the self-employed and microbusinesses have to help them recover unpaid invoices?
Consultations are open on privacy notices, terms and conditions, age verification checks on adult web sites, and the undercounting of small and microbusinesses in the creative sector.
The UK Consumer Rights Act of 2015 contains interesting provisions on the trading and purchasing of digital content.