5G Explained – Part Three
In the final installment, FP Analytics lays out the inherent security risks associated with 5G’s role in the digitization of the global economy and breaks down the critical issues for which companies and individuals need to prepare.
Google Wants Your Data in Exchange for a Coronavirus Test
Public health shouldn’t mean surrendering privacy to Silicon Valley.
5G Explained – Part Two
In this second of three parts, FP Analytics explores 5G's development and its global commercial and geopolitical implications.
China’s Biosecurity State in Xinjiang Is Powered by Western Tech
Documents show sale of crucial equipment from U.S. biotech firm.
Is India Betting Big on Huawei?
A divided domestic telecoms industry, disagreement within the central government, and a desire for India to develop its own systems have made the country’s calculations on 5G all the more complicated.
Britain Knows It’s Selling Out Its National Security to Huawei
London’s justification for cooperating with the Chinese telecommunications company is riddled with obvious contradictions.
Can the U.S.-U.K. Special Relationship Weather the Huawei Storm?
Boris Johnson breaks with Trump, opening Britain’s doors to a Chinese telecommunications giant that Washington fears is an espionage threat.
Boris Johnson’s New Scramble for Africa
The prime minister’s vision of a “Global Britain” after Brexit will only succeed if he abandons imperial nostalgia in favor of practical investment in the continent’s fast-growing economies.
Who’s More Powerful, Jeff Bezos or Mohammed bin Salman? Neither.
The relationship between the two men proves that, even at a time of rapid technological and economic change, you can’t buy real power.
5G Explained – Part One
In this first of three parts, FP Analytics explores 5G's development and its global commercial and geopolitical implications.
Satellite Surveillance Can Trace Atrocities but Not Stop Them
George Clooney’s pioneering data project documented horrors in Sudan, but that wasn’t enough.
As the state’s new digital consumer protection act shows, with global governance in retreat, the search for regulatory backdoors is on.
The Killer Algorithms Nobody’s Talking About
Activists fret about armies relying on killer robots, but some forms of artificial intelligence that don’t actually pull the trigger could still be a nightmare
Washington’s War on Huawei Is Causing Angst in Madrid
The Trump administration’s ultimatums about the Chinese tech giant are forcing the Spanish government to choose between a close ally and a vital trading partner.
Europe Can’t Win the Tech War It Just Started
The European Union is running in circles in pursuit of “digital sovereignty.”
China Isn’t the Only Problem With 5G
The network has plenty of other security weaknesses, including ones the United States doesn’t want to fix since they help its own surveillance efforts.
China’s Grindr Strategy
The hookup app isn’t the only tech company Chinese companies have tried to acquire. It’s part of a broader strategy of the country buying up cutting-edge Western firms.
Artificial Intelligence Isn’t an Arms Race
And by treating it like one, the United States could miss out on its real potential.