Europe is a privacy superpower. It believes protecting this fundamental right represents a moral imperative. But debates on European data protection laws often fail to attempt to balance strict privacy rules with their impact on investments, innovation and economic growth.
Internet of Opportunity: Will the Internet Benefit All Europeans?
In partnership with the Internet Society and European Committee of the Regions.
Come hear the "father" of the Internet Vint Cerf and MEP Michael Boni talk about the opportunities opened by the Internet for Europe's regions.
Based on over 100 interviews conducted with European producers of ceramics and glass, the Cumulative Cost Assessment of the EU ceramics and glass industries quantified the regulatory costs generated in the last 10 years by EU legislation and affecting the following sectors: bricks and tiles, ceramic
Spectrum long has been a key battleground for control, first of radio and today of our mobile phones. Former Federal Communications Commission chief economist Thomas Hazlett has just published a remarkable history of the U.S.
Software today is everywhere: in our smartphones, in our cars, in our offices and at home.However, software is very complex and the risks for the critical infrastructures related to software vulnerabilities are increasing dramatically.