IT Essentials: Public pitfalls

The private sector could shine this year, but there's a warning note

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: Public pitfalls

Tech can protect democracy in the coming year of elections.

Nearly 70 countries will choose new leaders in 2024 (though some elections, like Russia's, are clearly shams), and there are concerns that voters can no longer trust the evidence of their own eyes ...

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