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July 2022 Global Tech Policy Bulletin: From Biden’s Chip Victory to Data Privacy Post-Roe
Last month in global tech policy: Biden’s semiconductor bill clears the Senate; data privacy and abortion; crypto and securities law; digital benchmarks for EU business; the social media in the Ukrainian War; airport infrastructure. Bonus: Elon Musk drives everyone mad.
August 08, 2022
June 2022 Global Tech Policy Bulletin: From USB-C Chargers to Supreme Court
Last month in global tech policy: How law-makers are handling Ukraine war; chip shortages; crypto mining's climate impact; spyware companies; USB-C chargers. Plus, what Supreme Court's EPA ruling means to Tech and why Big Tech's attorneys are squabbling.
July 08, 2022
Ukraine's IT Pros Tell Their Stories of Bombing & Business Continuity
'People write in the corporate Slack about their air-raid warnings.' Tech workers tell us how they're using their talents to continue business, protect co-workers, and defend their country during wartime. An InformationWeek Special Report by Richard Pallardy, with contributions from tech journalists from the Ukrainian independent media.
April 08, 2022