On Monday, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport released its latest UK Digital Strategy. According to the foreword, Chris Philp MP, Minister for Tech and the Digital Economy, said the government's vision is to make the UK the "best place in the world to start and grow a technology business." In keeping with the government's long-standing message that it wants to promote innovation and growth, the digital strategy outlines the UK will employ light-touch regulation. "Now that we are no longer part of the European Union, we have the opportunity to create an agile, light-touch and forward-looking regulatory ecosystem for digital tech."
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