The multiplication of car-on-demand services points to a new trend: Mobility on-demand. These services attract customers and in turn, their user data lurs the industry.
What does politics have to take into account when ever more objects are connect to the internet? EU experts publish their report on the “internet of things”.
People who deal with draft bills are in for the long haul. Uta Meier-Hahn explains how far the reform of EU’s data protection laws has progressed.
Internet service provider Free and content provider Google on the brink of war.
In early December 2012, the European Commission released a study on collaborative eGovernment . Drawing on case studies, the 150-page report makes policy recommendations to foster citizen participation in eGov. But how can companies do their share in ‘participatory eGov’?
Starting this week, the internet will never be the same again. The rules of the game will change in Dubai, so the rumour goes. This article looks at a three-letter acronym that is causing a real stir at the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WICT) : The ITRs.
In order for the Internet to grow it is important to build more Internet Exchange Points and to localize data – experts expressed this point of view in many workshops at the Internet Governance Forum 2012 in Baku.