IEU MONITORING: DIGITAL Telegram 28 Sept 2016

Our telegram headlines today*:


  • EU Commission Vice-President Ansip and Commissioner Oettinger at the European Digital Assembly in Bratislava, Slovakia
  • The Digital Revolution and the Future of Work: Policies and Politics - Results of the Roundtable on September 15, 2016


  • EESC: The European Cloud Initiative – Sharing innovation to boost growth


  • Documentation of a Hearings - The Audiovisual Media Services Directive Review - 26-09-2016 - Committee on Culture and Education


  • EU Commission Answer - Strategy to develop more popular media with a European perspective - E-005744/2016


  • Hearings - Towards an mHealth Framework for Europe - 13-10-2016 - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy - Committee on the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety


  • Irish Data Protection Commissioner: Explanatory memo on litigation involving Facebook and Maximilian Schrems
  • EDRi: Freedom to be different: How to defend yourself against tracking
  • Mehr Transparenz und Datenschutz in Rundfunkanstalten - EAID
  • CNIL - Biométrie : un nouveau cadre pour le contrôle d’accès biométrique sur les lieux de travail


  • Guest blog: The International and European Federation of Journalists on the Copyright proposal - Günther Oettinger's Commission Blog


  • U.S. Department of Commerce: Connecting the Digitally Unconnected


  • Bundeswirtschaftsministerium: Neuer Ordnungsrahmen für den Wettbewerb in einer digitalisierten Welt 
  • Bundesregierung: Neunte GWB-Novelle stärkt die klassischen Medien durch größere Spielräume bei Pressekooperationen und Rundfunkfusionen


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