Criminal trials to be delayed due to COVID-19 outbreak

Criminal trials which are due to last longer than three days will be put on hold due to the spread of coronavirus. The move by the Lord Chief Justice Lord Burnett – the most senior judge in England and Wales – affects those cases that were set to start before the end of April. They will now be postponed. Any current trials will continue as it is hoped they can still be completed. The government has been under pressure to outline its strategy for the legal system, following concerns about how COVID-19, the disease caused by coronavirus, could spread and…

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IoT News – The themes for IoT in 2020 are clear, even without MWC

An article by Tom Rebbeck, Research Director at Analysys Mason.“In the wide area, operators will need to develop a response to a value chain that is being reorganised around eUICC and iSIM; in private networks, they will need to develop more-differentiated propositions.”The cancellation of Mobile World Congress 2020 (MWC20) means that some IoT-related announcements have been delayed, but there are still some developments in the market that are affecting telecoms operators. Perhaps the most interesting is the apparent split between what is happening on wide-area networks and the emerging private networks proposition. The gradual introduction of eUICC and iSIM is…

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