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ISPA calls for clear internet policy from new govt

Monday 18 July 2016 | 10:05 CET | News
In response to the government reshuffle, UK internet industry group ISPA has called on the new government to ensure the digital economy is at the forefront of its priorities and new industrial strategy. The ISPA said it looked forward to the government setting out a strategy that puts the internet, telecoms and digital services sectors at its heart. In the post-Brexit environment, the ISPA said it was vital that there it access to talent and finance, as well as the right regulatory framework in place to allow data sharing, the roll-out of broadband and a fair liability regime to support the

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