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Carnegie UK Trust publishes analysis of impact of Brexit for digital customers

28 September 2017

Brexit: implications for digital citizens and consumers looks at: the regulation of the digital sector and telecommunications market; mobile roaming; data privacy and protection; digital innovation; state aid; the labour force; and consumption of digital products and services. It considers both risks and opportunities for digital citizens and consumers in the UK.

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