Cryptocurrency: restoring reputation for the future

man looking at screen with code on it

In the early days, cryptocurrencies may have been misused by the underworld, but criminals should watch out as cryptos come clean

Let’s make initial coin offerings a safer way to invest

HM Treasury building

An urgent need remains to safeguard cryptocurrency launches and fundraising from cash-grabbing scammers

The future of cryptocurrencies is bright

Cryptocurrencies are criticised for their volatility, exposure to hacking and manipulation, and potential facilitation of money laundering

Cryptocurrency regulation becomes a top priority

Cryptocurrency regulation is needed

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies seem on the cusp of revolutionising global finances, but regulators are unsure of how to deal with such an innovation

How international regulation could stifle cryptocurrencies

Christine Lagarde IMF

International regulation of cryptocurrencies may be a necessity, but should not stifle opportunities offered by such an exciting new market

GDPR: Website tracking rules will challenge third-party data market

Brexit campaign whistle-blower Christopher Wylie speaking at the Fair Vote rally outside the House of Commons on Parliament Square, central London.

New European Union regulation, aimed at restoring online data privacy, will impose safeguards which will challenge some company business models

Brexit: untangling UK from EU intellectual property regulation

Britain’s exit from the European Union poses potential problems for businesses owning intellectual property rights and for the lawyers grappling with possible solutions

‘We have to keep the bots under control’

As artificially intelligent software robots, or bots, become faster learners and better at mimicking human behaviour, an augmented workplace is inevitable and poses ethical and policing challenges