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Protection for critical infrastructure is too often awarded using outdated criteria
Silicon Valley says it wants more oversight yet does little to promote it in practice
Inadequate government action is letting private companies set the rules
The country’s new law highlights how platforms are more interested in following their own rules than being held accountable
Google, Facebook and others want to set the rules, but without a mandate or oversight
Powerful companies are impinging on the norm-setting roles of governments themselves
Using antitrust regulations to repair and prevent such damage is not enough
Donald Trump’s tussle with TikTok and Huawei holds a lesson for European politicians
The crisis has made clear the asymmetry between private profits and the public interest
Adjustments the companies have long resisted are suddenly being made
If leaders are serious about their state-like powers, they must treat customers as citizens
Governments should make companies more accountable for the AI they provide for the public sector
The disposal of .org to a private equity firm is a worrying precedent
Corporate courts are no substitute for democratic lawmaking
Surveillance tools are for sale to whoever can afford them
Rise in cases shows it is time for systematic scrutiny of algorithms that determine behaviour
The digital security of all in the political system must be tightened ahead of elections