This weeks London Tech News – Land and Expand #26

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This weeks London Tech News – Land and Expand #26

On July 8, 2016, Posted by , In Land and Expand, By ,, , With No Comments

In the wake of Brexit there were a lot of articles this week attempting to make sense of the position the UK finds itself in, but rest assured that I have purposely avoided filling this weeks London Tech News with doom and gloom! As a reminder you can complete the TechCity Brexit survey here.

If you didn’t already know, Land and Expand is a weekly digest of London’s Tech News, delivered just in time for your weekend reading. It’s designed to save you time, allowing you to keep your finger on the pulse of what is happing in London’s tech scene, without all the research.

In this weeks edition – The Guardian explores the implications of limiting free movement of people. Surprisingly the UK Government is still actually working, who knew! – The UK’s Digital Economy Bill was introduced this week, and Tech City breaks down what it means for you. More legislation to consider in Tech City News with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Google DeepMind extends its work with the NHS, and we end on an upbeat message, read how Brexit could actually aid London’s FinTech sector.

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Till next week.

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