LEGISLATION

Soon your internet history may be public

New government legislation ushers in an era of internet surveillance which will impact individuals and organisations

PHOTO ESSAY

Goodbye Lhasa

Despite the public image it presents, the Chinese government is slowly but surely overwhelming Tibet’s spiritual culture with a policy of targeted infrastructure development, and by marketing Tibet as a ‘theme park’ destination for tourists, who are pouring in

US POLITICS

Crossing the border despite Trump

President-elect Donald Trump has promised to build a wall on the border with Mexico to keep out Central American migrants, but many are desperate enough to try anyway

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Technology to treat the NHS

Digital technology is transforming business and consumer behaviour, and will play a key role in tackling the crisis facing the National Health Service

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Enabling growth with the power of identity

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PREJUDICE

Poles apart: the new face of British prejudice

As rising xenophobia in the UK targets Polish migrants, the first generation of Poles recalls a time when they were welcomed as refugees and workers

SECURITY

Trump: Putting Nato in the firing line

The US president-elect said during his campaign that he may no longer honour his country’s agreement to protect its allies in Europe

IVORY

Ivory suppliers challenge global ban

Several Southern African countries want to be exempted from a 35-year old global ban on ivory trading, threatening a hard-won consensus on the trade in products from endangered animals

REFUGEES

Refugees are victims of terror and violence, not perpetrators

Ralph Achenbach, country representative of the International Rescue Committee Germany, says that the rise of anti-migrant rhetoric is hindering efforts to resettle refugees

GLOBALISATION

Globalisation not entirely to blame for wealth inequality

UN trade expert Mukhisa Kituyi says that wealth inequality and a stagnant middle class cannot be blamed exclusively on globalisation

IVORY

Ivory suppliers challenge global ban

Several Southern African countries want to be exempted from a 35-year old global ban on ivory trading, threatening a hard-won consensus on the trade in products from endangered animals

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In the vanguard of a new internet revolution

A company that for years has been quietly running the UK’s internet infrastructure for domain names is now at the forefront of a new internet revolution, applying technology to tackle long-standing issues and exploring how emerging technologies can meet the challenges of tomorrow’s networked world

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Infrastructure at the heart of the digital economy

Businesses are moving from office IT rooms to strategic data-centre hubs that connect them to the cloud and much more

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Do we really need our own office or is there a smarter way of working?

A toxic cocktail of distractions, interruptions and noise mean workers need to flee to a sanctuary to turbo-boost productivity

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Delivering future public services

Public services are being transformed by digital technology, but much more can be done to fulfil the vast potential and create a connected, digitally enabled UK

OPINION

Bringing diversity into boardrooms

The future chief executive should challenge boardrooms, bring about cultural change, break bad habits and put inclusivity at the top of the agenda

OPINION

How tech is driving a smarter way of life

To reap the benefits of smart technology, the tech industry must win the trust of consumers who fear their privacy and data may be compromised

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