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U.K. Police Need to Put the Brakes on Facial Recognition

Police in the U.K., backed by the government, are testing a facial-recognition system that is 20 percent accurate and treating those who avoid its gaze as potential suspects.

Adam Smith

British Airways Fined $229 Million for 2018 Data Breach

The fine is the largest ICO has levied against a company, far outweighing the £500,000 Facebook had to pay for the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

Adam Smith

Most of the Best Countries for Working Parents Are in Europe

There is still plenty of room for improvement when it comes to protecting new parents and same-sex couples who want to adopt children.

The U.K. Is Trying to Regulate the Internet: Here's What It Means

The Online Harms White Paper could be a litmus test for tech regulation in the U.S., as the U.K. government attempts to balance oversight with modern web freedoms.

Adam Smith

U.K. Is Home to One Third of Europe's Tech Unicorns

The findings are a tonic for the U.K., which has otherwise been mired in difficulties surrounding the Brexit conundrum.

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Why Having a U.K. Base Can Be a Competitive Advantage, Despite Brexit

Here's why entrepreneurs should consider launching a company or basing an office in the U.K.

David Lloyd

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Gareth Southgate

Those starting a business should commit to kindness and be a bit more like current Men's England football manager Gareth Southgate.

Holly Maguire

3 Factors to Consider When Deciding to Launch a Business in the U.K. or Eastern Europe

Why are so many businesses opting to scale their startups in the U.K. rather than their Eastern European counterparts?

Razvan Creanga

Ola All Set to Bring Autos in the Land of Royals

Now even the Brits can get a joy ride in "Tuk Tuk"; all thanks to Ola!

Bhavya Kaushal

What Does Brexit Really Mean for Europe's Startups?

A look at key facts and figures to better understand what Brexit really means for European startups.

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