The European Data Governance Forum taking place this week galvanised two core ethical principles, reports Francesca Musiani.
Despite all claims that German intelligence agencies operate on constitutional grounds, government representatives fail on transparency. We need to seriously care, argues Marcel Dickow.
European citizens seem to be skeptical about the EU trade policy. Can a new Trade Commissioner do anything to change that?
You are unclear about what Facebook will be doing with your data in the new year? Read Anne Helmond's quick analysis of Facebook's new terms and policies in effect 1 January 2015.
There might be a good argument and even a sound business proposal for the Brazil-EU link, but it's not what you think it is.
If video content embeds don't count as copyright infringement, what does the latest EU Court of Justice ruling mean for licensing structures?
Claus Schaale of Cisco Systems offers an insider's take on the adoption of privacy protecting measures in times of cloud computing and the so-called Internet of Things .
As many top level domains 'corpses' are left lying in the ropes of the internet, 1,200 new names are expected to flood the shores in two years from now. Are we doing this right?
The whole family of internet self-governing bodies are busy preparing their takes on how to reign the future Internet Assigned Numbers Authority (IANA). As a coordinator of core infrastructure services for naming (ICANN), numbering (Regional Internet Registries) and standardisation (IETF), IANA has been in the middle of quite some fights. This one
Copyright reform in the EU has been elusive for years. Now a new Commissioner coming from a quite different field of expertise has the mandate to cut the Gordian knot. Yet, experts like Monica Horten doubt that this will ever happen. This is why.