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In Conversation: Martha Lane Fox, tech entrepreneur, and Lynn Robinson, International Institute of Communications

15.06.2020
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British tech entrepreneur, The Right Honourable Baroness Martha Lane Fox, CBE, joins IIC Director General, Lynn Robinson, in conversation to share her views on sustainable and responsible technology and how the COVID -19 pandemic has reinforced the importance of ‘good digitisation’ policies and applications. Martha discusses the nuances of the digital divide that have been exposed, and how the rebuilding of the economy post-pandemic should be seen by regulators and policy makers as an opportunity to re balance diversity, inclusion and market power.

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The Right Honourable Baroness Martha Lane Fox CBE The Right Honourable Baroness Martha Lane Fox CBE British tech entrepreneur Lynn Robinson Lynn Robinson Director General, International Institute of Communications
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