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Liberals and Democrats secure key reforms to EU #DigitalSingleMarket rules

Liberals and Democrats secure key reforms to EU #DigitalSingleMarket rules

MEPs on the European Parliament’s Industry, Research and Energy Committee yesterday evening (2 October) adopted their position on proposed reforms to EU rules, last changed in 2009, that govern the provision of electronic communications, the ‘European Electronic Communications Code’.  Liberals and Democrat MEPs helped to secure a number of reforms to the framework in the […]

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#TheTokenFund develops new tool to capitalize on crypto space

#TheTokenFund develops new tool to capitalize on crypto space

| October 2, 2017 | 0 Comments

The founders of The Token Fund, one of the first crypto assets funds on the market, is developing a new tool to help traders, portfolio managers and investors capitalize on the crypto space, writes Martin Banks. They are taking another step forward after announcing the pre-crowdsale details for its upcoming ICO (Initial Coin Offering) on […]

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The dire unintended consequences of restricting #data-driven ads

The dire unintended consequences of restricting #data-driven ads

| September 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

Obstructing the collection and use of data in digital advertising would have serious and unintended consequences for the EU economy, for Europe’s independent media, and for the accessibility of the internet itself. These are the findings of new research exploring the likely impact of the ePrivacy Regulation proposed earlier this year by the European Commission […]

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#Digital revolution requires companies to adapt

#Digital revolution requires companies to adapt

The labour market of the future will look for workers with digital and entrepreneurial skills and will also seek creativity. As a result of digitalization, work organization is characterised by increased flexibility, affecting when, where and how tasks are performed.  These are just some of the key conclusions of the recently published study entitled “Impact […]

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Europe’s #biometrics gap

Europe’s #biometrics gap

| June 29, 2017 | 0 Comments

Against the backdrop of recent terrorist attacks in the UK, the number one issue for the heads of state at the European Council summit in Brussels last week was internal security and combatting terrorism. In its conclusions, the Council dutifully vowed to “fight the spread of radicalization online” and to improve the exchange of information […]

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EU states push back against 25-year #wireless spectrum licenses

EU states push back against 25-year #wireless spectrum licenses

| April 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

Germany and Italy are among 15 European Union member states pushing back against a proposal to set a 25-year minimum on wireless spectrum licenses, thwarting the telecoms industry’s hopes for a more coordinated approach across the bloc, writes Julia Fioretti. The European Commission has tried for years to coordinate how national governments allocate so-called wireless […]

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#Media Literacy in Europe

    Media literacy – our capacity to access, have a critical understanding of and interact with the media – has never been as important as today. It seems that every day, some “fake news” sets the internet alight, only to be revealed later as a hoax. In the era of #badbuzz we are literally […]

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