Anu Bradford - 30 July 2020
In striking down the Privacy Shield, the European Court of Justice has halted transatlantic data flows and thrown global digital commerce into disarray.
Carla Hobbs - 26 March 2020
The internet fundamentally tests the ways in which governments approach regulation.
Andrés Ortega - 25 February 2020
The EU is proposing a process of digital decolonisation, aiming to reduce its dependency on US and Chinese firms.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 25 February 2020
This year’s Munich Security Conference showed once again that just two players will fight the global battle over tech. And guess who’s missing.
Ulrike Esther Franke - 04 February 2020
EU member states need to turn their declarations of intent about international cooperation on technological sovereignty into real projects.
Janka Oertel - 03 February 2020
The EU’s new 5G toolbox is an important component in strengthening its technological sovereignty – and its array of defence mechanisms vis-à-vis China.
Mark Bunting - 30 January 2020
Platform governance has slipped the moorings of national law and democratic accountability, while “regulation by outrage” has filled the policy gap.
Ivan Krastev - 03 December 2019
As Western leaders gather in London this week, you might be able to detect a huge rupture beneath the surface.
Carla Hobbs - 14 November 2019
Figures from across government, the private sector, and wider society argue in favour of adequate regulation to mitigate the harmful effects of the internet. But what should this regulation look like?
Jonathan Hackenbroich - 17 October 2018
Tomorrow the European Commission publishes its second ever review of the EU-US Privacy Shield - and shows the extent of Europe's preeminence in cyberspace
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