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Guest blog post by Nick Stringer, Chair of the European Interactive Digital Advertising Alliance (EDAA). Amid the recent (and continuing) redrawing of the European data privacy landscape, it is of crucial importance for the digital economy that the freedom to deliver advertising matched to the interests and preferences of people (otherwise known as online behavioural… » read more

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Guest blog post by Lise Fuhr, Director General of ETNO The European Commission has recently launched a transformation path towards a Gigabit Society, aiming to have each and every European citizen benefit from a full digital empowerment by 2025. This means to empower citizens to access new, innovative services and products – ranging from connected… » read more

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Guest blog post by Udo Helmbrecht, Executive Director at ENISA. It’s just another day for businesses and citizens across Europe. Except it’s not. Without warning, almost all internet services are offline. A spate of customer data leaks follows; then a city-wide blackout, and a fire in a data-centre. Rumours surface of a shadowy organisation attempting… » read more

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Guest blog post by Elisa Lironi, Digital Democracy Manager, European Citizen Action Service On Wednesday 14 September, President Juncker delivered the State of the Union Address 2016: Towards a better Europe – a Europe that protects, empowers and defends. As I work for a European association with 25 years’ experience in empowering citizens to exercise… » read more

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Guest blog post by Florian Noell, Chairman of the Board, German Startups Association. How the European political framework should look like to foster a fair competition between the Silicon Valley and European startups. The European Startup Monitor (ESM), initiated by the German Startup Association, gives transparency to the European startup-ecosystem and underlines the growing influence… » read more

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Guest blog post by Erich Clementi, Chairman IBM Europe. Predicted for some years as Europe’s next big opportunity to be a global digital frontrunner, the pace of the digital transformation of industry is really accelerating as we start the new year. Europe’s political leaders are driving noteworthy progress. This year, I look forward to seeing… » read more

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Guest blog post by Luigi Gambardella, President of ChinaEU. 5G, robots, artificial intelligence and the most advanced technologies. The project will involve an estimated investment of 14 billion EURO. The ‘act of birth’ of the first ever 100% Internet City was signed in the Eastern China’s water town of Wuzhen, at the occasion of the… » read more

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Guest blog post by Philip Piatkiewicz, Project Manager at euRobotics. Europe must strive towards promoting STEM education as a basis of shaping a creative, democratic knowledge-based society, writes Philip Piatkiewicz from euRobotics. Education has changed a lot since my own schooling experience at a British Grammar School. The environment was strict, academically orientated, and promoted… » read more

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Guest blog post by Mark Hiley, CEO of The Analyst; and Jakob Kucharczyk, Director of CCIA Europe. Investors are betting on the success of Europe’s ecommerce ventures, with investment growing from millions to billions since 2012. A November study prepared by The Analyst, an independent equity research house, reveals an upward trend in capital investment… » read more

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Guest blog post by Marco Comastri, EMEA President of CA Technologies. If we want to reduce our Digital Debt, we need to inspire the Next Generation of ICT professionals.   A Growing Digital Debt We are living in an Application Economy where every business is being rewritten by software. This transformation is driven by innovation… » read more

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