Internet Futures: Spotlight on the technologies which may shape the Internet of the Future 2021 (OFCOM) – GOV.UK

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A research paper from OFCOM
As the UK’s communications regulator, it is important that Ofcom is aware of new types of Internet technology that may affect the future. We will monitor and consider the effects that these developments may have on the communications services we use every day. This helps to ensure that we meet our duties competently and we continue to help people and businesses to get the most out of their services, as well as to protect them from any potential risks.
This report shines a light on the innovative, emerging Internet technologies that could shape our Internet in the future. We have selected a sample of technologies based on the responses we received to our call for inputs, and the discussions we had with thought leaders in both academia and industry. We will however continue to identify other important Internet technologies as they emerge and in sectors beyond those considered in this report.
Ofcom, Internet Futures: Spotlight on the technologies which may shape the Internet of the Future (2021) [online] Available at: Internet Futures: Spotlight on the technologies which may shape the Internet of the future [Accessed 10 February 2022]
https://www.ofcom.org.uk/research-and-data/internet-and-on-demand-research/internet-futures
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