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Creating a European digital economy and society

Creating a European digital economy and society

Surfing, chatting, online shopping are among our everyday activities. We use everyday computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, by spending a considerable part of our time online for various reasons. Many …

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https://www.statista.com/chart/5584/where-are-europes-unemployed-graduates/

Europe's Unemployed Graduates

Employment Rates of Recent Graduates in the EU

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http://epthinktank.eu/2014/06/27/size-of-political-groups-in-the-ep/size_of_political-groups_july2015/

Size of Political Groups in EP

European Parliament Groups

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EU Data Protection Rules

EU Data Protection Rules

The Right Mix

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All you need to know for June 2014

All you need to know for June 2014

Brussels Briefing

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All you need to know for June 2014

All you need to know for June 2014

Brussels Briefing

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Whistleblowing in the EU: a High-Risk Business?

Whistleblowing in the EU: a High-Risk Business?

Due to the lack of an appropriate legislation , whistleblowers cannot count on an adequate protection.

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NSA scandal reinforces the need for Data Protection Reform

NSA scandal reinforces the need for Data Protection Reform

Leading ICT journalist Jennifer Baker is joined by British MEP Claude Moraes for an exclusive interview on the Parliament’s inquiry into the mass surveillance of EU citizens.

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How much time do your countrymen spend on books?

How much time do your countrymen spend on books?

... a survey that included around 30,000 people from countries across the globe and looked at how much time they, on average, spent on reading books.

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Where do we feel that emotion?

Where do we feel that emotion?

It's often said that you can make decisions with your head or your heart, which is something most of us have experience with, but have you ever thought about where …

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What are your likely names?

What are your likely names?

The map presented here shows the most popular surnames in various countries across Europe.

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What data is your government sharing with you?

What data is your government sharing with you?

Governments are sharing data like never before, but what kind of data are they sharing? And how far have they come?

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What you need to know about Europe and Energy this autumn

What you need to know about Europe and Energy this autumn

This video tells you the five most important things happening with Europe and energy this autumn.

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Who pays the European environment taxes?

Who pays the European environment taxes?

European environment taxes come from various sources

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Is there a 'Pinocchio' in your CV?

Is there a 'Pinocchio' in your CV?

Everybody tells little lies. But are yours getting in the way of finding work?

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Where does our gas come from?

Where does our gas come from?

Natural gas plays a major role in our energy markets - but where does it come from?

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Where will climate change hit the hardest?

Where will climate change hit the hardest?

What areas of Europe are likely to suffer the worst consequences of climate change

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 Who do you trust in Europe?

Who do you trust in Europe?

A recent study highlighted who Europeans trust, find arrogant or compassionate

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Number of women per 100 men in the age group 25 to 29 year olds

Where do young European women go?

Recent statistical data seems to suggest that young European women head to the major cities...and France

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