The Technology, Media and Telecommunications Review is now in its 11th edition, and I am excited to be taking the reins of this publication after a decade under the steady hand of long-time editor John Janka. This Review occupies a unique space in the literature on TMT issues. Rather than serving a traditional legal treatise, this publication aims to provide a practical, business-focused survey of law and policy in this arena, along with insights into how this legal and policy landscape continues to evolve from year to year. In the dynamic and ever-changing TMT sector, such perspective is vitally important. And the scope of this Review is global, now covering 20 jurisdictions.
Covid-19 shook the world in 2020, and its reverberations in the TMT sector have been profound. As the threat of infection has led to widespread lockdowns, the importance of connectivity has never been greater nor more obvious. For many businesses, remote working has become the rule rather than the exception. Many schools have switched to distance learning formats. Tele-health is on the rise as doctors check in on patients via videoconference. Even tasks as mundane as grocery shopping have shifted online. And broadband connectivity, where available, has made it all possible.
Originally published by Law Business Research Ltd - December 2020.
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