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Press Announcement from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)*
UK Unveils Post-Brexit Global Data Plans to Boost Growth, Increase Trade and Improve Healthcare
- UK announces intention for new multi-billion pound global data partnerships with the US, Australia and Republic of Korea
- International privacy expert John Edwards named as preferred new Information Commissioner to oversee shake-up
- Consultation to be launched shortly to look at ways to increase trade and innovation through data regime