London might lose its position as tech hub, start-ups warn
Founders fear the UK government's failure to continue fostering new tech ventures. London might lose its position as tech hub.
According to the Financial Times, leaders of UK tech start-ups are worried that "warm words" over the importance of tech from British chancellor Jeremy Hunt are not bac... Read more
IBM chief: less red tape post-Brexit will spur London’s tech growth
The head of IBM's UK arm expects Britain to continue to be a major player in the global tech market.
A post-Brexit overhaul of red tape will boost the fortunes of London's tech industry, according to a report in The Telegraph. Reduced regulation will allow the city to beat international rivals d... Read more
Liz Truss announces new UK vs EU case ahead of Northern Ireland debate
Liz Truss – the Secretary of State for Foreign, Commonwealth, and Development Affairs of the United Kingdom – sets off formal ‘dispute’ proceedings with the EU over UK access to European Union science programs.
British foreign secretary Liz Truss, has sparked formal ‘dispute’ proceed... Read more
48,000 websites with .eu domain names were taken off the web
48,000 .eu domain names have been taken from licence holders. The domains are in the names of British residents and companies without European status. Brexit revoked their right to a .eu domain name.
European domain names (e.g. techzine.eu) are issued by EURid. The organization grants and admini... Read more
Data sharing allowed between the EU and UK as deadline approaches
The European Union has agreed that the standards used by the UK for the protection of personal data are sufficient to allow information to flow between the bloc and its former member. The news was announced by the European Commission on Monday.
The EU executive implemented two ‘adequacy’ dec... Read more
EU States show consensus on UK data-sharing standards
The European Union member states agree that British standards for personal data protection are conducive to the free flow of information between the EU and Brexit.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a newly introduced data protection law... Read more
UK welcomes European Commission draft data adequacy decisions
British government seems pleased with the EU decision on post-Brexit data flow
The Government of the United Kingdom has "welcomed" a preliminary decision by the European Union this week. The decision paves the way for the continued free flow of personal data between the EU and the UK.
The Eu... Read more
British owners of .eu domain need a European address by July
British owners of over 74,000 suspended .eu domain names have been given an extension on their deadline to change their registration details to an address in Europe before they are taken away for good. The extension will ensure the exercise runs for an additional three months.
The update was pos... Read more
81,000 UK-owned .eu domains suspended due to Brexit
The UK has lost its right to host .eu addresses, leaving British domain owners adrift.
Tens of thousands of British website owners are starting 2021 with an unpleasant surprise. Eurid, the registry manager of European domain brands, has suspended the .eu domain names registered by UK citizens d... Read more
ServiceNow expands the number of data centers in Europe
ServiceNow opens two new European data centers, located in Dublin (Ireland) and Newport (United Kingdom). The expansion is intended to help customers solve Brexit problems, among other things.
Specifically, ServiceNow wants to use the two new data centers to enable European customers to speed up... Read more