Brexit: Implications for Digital Citizens and Consumers

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Author: Will Perrin

Year: 2017

ISBN: 978-1-909447-74-5

This paper, written for the Trust by William Perrin, founder of Talk About Local and Trustee of the Indigo Trust and Good Things Foundation, considers both the potential risks and opportunities Brexit brings digital citizens and consumers in the UK. Specifically, it explores: the regulation of the digital sector and telecommunications market; mobile roaming; data privacy and protection; digital innovation; state aid; the labour force; and consumption of digital products and services.

 

The paper is based on desk research, interviews and discussions with key stakeholders, and workshops in London, Newcastle and Cardiff.


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