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Beijing has pushed through reams of regulations and policies to shore up China’s data security
Fraudulent research wastes the time of scientists who try to build on it and the money of agencies who support it
By controlling a huge volume of data, Beijing is conducting a grand experiment in 21st century authoritarian governance
The scale of future growth is immense and investors need to ask where and when the tide of disruption will strike next
We need greater detail about how this immensely valuable information might be used to prevent patients from opting out
Plans to pool full medical histories of 55m patients in England pushed back to September
G7 tax deal and EU breakthrough on disclosure highlights shift in the openness democratic societies expect
Campaigners say plan to pool medical records ‘violates patient trust’
The technology’s potential to improve patient care has become clearer in the pandemic
Companies are turning to anthropology to balance the insights of algorithms and AI
We gave up our privacy to fight Covid-19, can we get it back?
The cloud has become an integral part of IT systems worldwide, allowing the on-demand access of computer system resources, data storage and additional computing power. What opportunities and challenges can migration to the cloud present? This is the final part of the series.
Central banks are realising CBDCs will have to be intimately linked to identity to deal with illicit finance and bank disintermediation risk.
Pandemic deals with digital health service providers were often made too hastily
Advocates hope cloud initiative will give European companies more control over their data
Global standards on collection, storage and use would improve health while protecting privacy
Building public trust in artificial intelligence systems is essential
Industry is attracting growing numbers of property investors — but sellers are scarce
In the crisis innovation came to the rescue. Now the data companies must be forced to change
Joint entity with IHS Markit might be big enough to take on Bloomberg as data drives finance sector
Using antitrust regulations to repair and prevent such damage is not enough
In its bid to rival the US, Beijing wants to establish the industrial standards that will shape future industries
The economist offers useful rules to help understand the data behind the headlines
Data group’s listing prospectus makes a virtue of controversial government work
Allegations of information theft in Houston point to the importance of ‘the new oil’