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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 …

Natasha Xagorari on

Most Apps Do Not Bother With Child Protection

Most Apps Do Not Bother With Child Protection

Children are part of today's digital world but the Apps they use are usually built for adults and offer little protection for children

Foivi Mouzakiti on

Commerce and Creativity: New Horizons

Commerce and Creativity: New Horizons

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What Freedom do we have today?

What Freedom do we have today?

In democracies, citizens live in the shadow of governments seeking to control them, for their own protection. And who will protect us from them?

Fábio Lopes Paulos on

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.

Michel Anderlini on

Data Protection: An Exemplary Failure of the European Single Market

Data Protection: An Exemplary Failure of the European Single Market

Europe needs better data protection

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How much secret data collection is acceptable?

How much secret data collection is acceptable?

On the ‘Right to Privacy’ in Europe after the revelation of the PRISM programme

Driss Lembachar on

Snowden: traitor or hero?

Blowing the Whistle on the Darkness of Government

Felt, Ellsberg, Assange, Manning and now Snowden, are just names. What they have done for society is providing us with honesty.

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