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Analysing the UK’s Digital Strategy

At the beginning of March 2017 the UK Government released its Digital Strategy, which addresses how the Government intends to develop the UK’s digital economy as well as looking at some of the UK’s weaknesses in this regard. The Strategy features seven strands, which include cyber security and utilising the power of data. While the Strategy discusses numerous initiatives, it has faced criticism for simply ‘refreshing’ some earlier proposals and for failing to provide enough detail, as Louise Eldridge, Partner at Bristows LLP, explains.

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