Category Archives: regulation

Feb 13 2014

What are the dimensions of the internet?

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On Monday 10 February, Jonathan Liebenau presented a synopsis of one of the research themes of our team during the February’s London Enterprise Technology MeetUp held monthly at the LSE. Read here Jonathan’s remarks, key questions and possible ways forward … Continue reading

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Nov 14 2013

Just Released: DCMS’ UK Broadband Impact Study

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TheUK Department for Culture, Media & Sport released today a report on the benefits of superfast broadband in the UK. In this blog, Jonathan Liebenau from LSE Tech offers initial thoughts on the study’s general scope, its  usefulness and limitations … Continue reading

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Nov 9 2013

Big Data for finance: emerging trends in business models, innovation and technology

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Questions around big data have received notable attention lately, from a wide range of actors and across sectors. In this post, Carla Bonina explains an on-going LSE Tech research on big data and new business models in the financial services … Continue reading

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Oct 7 2013

Internet metrics, telecom and internet policy: highlights from the TPRC 2013

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The TPRC is the oldest and most influential continuous meeting on telecoms policy, always held in Washington, D.C. and nowadays subtitled the “Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy”. Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood and Jonathan Liebenau of the LSE Tech team presented … Continue reading

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Jul 15 2013

Convergence of Computing Science, Networks and the Law: Reflections from the workshop at UPenn Law

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  Silvia Elaluf-Calderwood and Jonathan Liebenau from the LSE Tech attended an invitation-only Roundtable on Computer Science and the Law and the University of Pennsylvania Law School, on the 24-25th of June. In tihs post, Silvia and Jonathan present the  … Continue reading

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Jun 27 2013

Are independent regulatory agencies necessarily better for efficient regulation? The case of communications regulation in Israel

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Delegation of communications regulation to independent authorities seems to be a well-accepted norm these days; the ‘best way to go’. In this post, Tal Sokol reflects on different regulatory models and offers an assement based on the case of Israel. Afetr … Continue reading

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Jun 19 2013

#LSEbigdata workshop: new business models in the digital economy

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Welcome to the LSE/NEMODE Workshop on Big Data and New Business Models There are growing expectations about the potential economic value and innovation that may emerge from the exploitation of big data—that is, the increased volume, variety and velocity of … Continue reading

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Jun 11 2013

Smartphones, platforms and business models: policies for the apps economy

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The combination of mobile technologies and cloud computing lower the cost of experimentation and innovation in what we can call the “apps economy”. Patrik Karrberg at LSETech shows how an understanding of delivery platforms, especially its architecture and related business … Continue reading

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Jun 4 2013

Tapping into big data and new business models

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LSE Tech is organising an industry/academe workshop addressing the role of big data on business model innovation. The aims are to bring together leading decision makers in the UK to debate about the promises, perils and reality of new business … Continue reading

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May 30 2013

Internet Governance: the latest in the debate over who controls the internet

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This blog has been active in commenting the issues sorrounding internet governance and its discussions post WCIT in Dubai last year. In this piece, Dominique Lazanski reports the latests debates that have just taken place in May around the fight … Continue reading

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