In this Brussels Briefing on Tech, Jennifer Baker provides an overview of the latest EU ICT policy developments for October 2015.
Overview of the top 5 tech issues that will be discussed by the European institutions under the Luxembourg Presidency of the Council of the EU.
The EPP's Antti Timonen says Europeans will still be able to take photos of public buildings and artwork, without breaching copyright.
James Holtum, spokesperson for the ECR Group, talks about the Telecoms Digital Single Market package trialogue.
Marjory Van Den Broeke, spokesperson for the European Parliament, discuss the EU data protection regulation entering the final stage of the legislative process.
This Brussels Briefing on Tech provides an extensive update on the latest digital & ICT policy developments in the European Union for June 2015.
James Holtum talks with leading Tech journalist about the Copyright reform in the limelight of Julia Reda's report.
Marjory van den Broeke of the European Parliament discusses the ongoing debate on the proposed EU Passenger Name Record.
Richard More O'Ferrall discusses the European Parliament's take on the upcoming Council on the proposed Telecoms Package.
Pastora Valero, head of Government Affairs at Cisco, discusses the European Commission's proposals for a Digital Single Market.
Marjory van den Broeke talks about the European Parliament's views on the Commission's proposals for a Digital Single Market.
This Brussels Briefing on Tech provides an extensive update on the latest digital & ICT policy developments in the European Union for May 2015.
Antti Timmonen of the EPP Group discusses emergency call systems in cars ahead of the European Parliament's vote on the eCall system on 28 April.
James Holtum of the ECR Group discusses concerns surrounding eCall (an automatic emergency call system) ahead of the Parliament's vote on 27 April.
2 minute video overview of key dividing lines in the debate on the controversial issue of geoblocking. Can there ever be a true EU digital market for creative works?
This Brussels Briefing on Tech provides an extensive update on the latest digital & ICT policy developments in the European Union for April 2015.
Ruth Reichstein of the Greens Group talks about EU copyright reform, she highlights the importance of ending geo-blocking and strengthening the position of artists.
Dara Murphy, Ireland's Minister for Data Protection and European Affairs, discusses the key aspects of the European Data Protection Regulation.
Federico de Girolamo talks about the visit of the European Parliament's Civil Liberties Committee (LIBE) delegation to Washington from Monday to Friday.
European Parliament Press officer talks about the eCall system, an automatic emergency call system for cars, which the Internal Market Committee (ITRE) will put to vote this week.
This Brussels Briefing on Tech provides an extensive update on the latest digital & ICT policy developments in the European Union.
James Holtum, spokesperson for the ECR Group, discusses the proposal for an EU-wide Passenger Name Record (PNR) and its impact on data protection.
Watch this video explaining the problems of the EU's current copyright legislation and presenting the next steps in fixing Europe's outdated copyright rules.
Utta Tuttlies, spokesperson for the S&D Group, discusses the new anti-terrorism measures announced by EU leaders, including the Passenger Name Record (PNR).
Richard More O’Ferrall, spokesperson for the Greens Group, discusses whether the EU Passenger Name Record (PNR) is the right measure to fight terrorism.
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