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Police use of algorithms needs stronger safeguards to prevent bias, @RUSI_org  report says:

Businesses can expect an increase in turnover of up to 3.8% thanks to #5G  and full-fibre #broadband  connectivity, but benefits are not expected to be felt uniformly across the UK, says @BSG_Team  study:

NHSX emphasises need for ethical patient data access

@NHSX emphasises need for ethical patient data access as it welcomes launch of Health Data Research hubs,:

Prepare for web giants crushing your industry - companies like Amazon and Alibaba are taking a bigger chunk of the customer journey, but they are also spreading across industry sectors, warns @Gartner_inc  :

Councils awarded funding to boost online services

Research explores economic benefits of full-fibre and 5G at local level

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Police challenged over refusal to disclose files on WikiLeaks staff - lawyers will challenge Met Police on whether it holds correspondence with US law enforcement about 3 staff – including two UK citizens – in a freedom of information tribunal:

The has confirmed it exchanged information on staff in the UK with the US Department of Justice, which is conducting criminal investigations into the organisation #assange 

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RT @NielsLadefoged : @laurilove  statement before entering the court building.

Future tech cannot be ‘defined by a particular population’ - as new technologies are developed, companies could take the opportunity to hire more diversely to ensure offerings cater to a wider demographic: #diversity 

Lawyers will challenge the Metropolitan Police Service today to confirm or deny whether it holds correspondence with US law enforcement about three staff in a freedom of information tribunal

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Legitimate IT admin tools increasingly being hijacked to act as 'invisibility cloaks' for cyber criminals, cays Carbon Black report:

We had a record number of nominations for this year's list of the most influential women in UK technology - take a look at all 360 of the amazing women that made it onto the 2019 longlist: #womenintech  #CWwit50 

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