Digital Brief: ‘No letting down the guard’

By |maj 30th, 2019|AKK, Alexandra Geese, Andrus Ansip, Angelika Niebler, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, Axel Voss, Brexit, censorship, copyright, Digital, Dita Charanzová, EU, EU DisinfoLab, Euronews, Facebook, Germany, Helen Dixon, Huawei, Julian King, Katarina Barley, Kersti Kaljulaid, Manuel Bompard, Marcel Kolaja, Marina Kaljurand, Mariya Gabriel, Markétka Gregorová, Michel Barnier, Mikuláš Peksa, Nato, News, Patrick Breyer, Pietro Bartolo, Sophie in’t Veld, tech, The Digital Brief, Tiemo Wölken, Turkey, Twitter, wikipedia, Yana Toom|

Welcome to EURACTIV’s Digital Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. 

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Benifei: Embed blockchain in copyright reform

By |november 28th, 2017|blockchain, censorship, copyright reform, digital innovation, European Innovation Summit, EUTop50, Innovation, News, traceability|

Blockchain technology can provide a win-win-win between the fight against censorship, verified traceability of digital artworks, and a fair remuneration for its creators. The copyright reform debate is a good opportunity to embed blockchain and create a better regulatory framework, argues Brando Benifei.

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MEP Michał Boni: “We have to win the war against fake news”

By |november 21st, 2017|censorship, fake news, internet censorship, internet content, News, populism|

The Internet has democratised the world but the side effects of this democratisation are the success of fake news and the campaign of organised disinformation, MEP Michał Boni argues in an interview with EURACTIV Poland.

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Commission silent as Madrid shuts down websites ahead of Catalonia referendum

By |september 27th, 2017|Catalonia independence, Catalonia referendum, censorship, Donald Trump, freedom of expression, Mariano Rajoy, Mariya Gabriel, media freedom, News, Spain|

The European Commission remained silent on Tuesday (26 September) when confronted with the news that Spanish authorities had shut down websites that provide information about this weekend's Catalan independence referendum. A vote that Spain still maint...

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Exiled Turkish journalist urges EU to confront Erdogan

By |april 27th, 2017|Can Dundar, censorship, Cumhuriyet, Democracy, News, press freedom, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Reporters Without Borders, Turkey|

The exiled former editor-in-chief of Turkish opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet urged EU leaders on Wednesday (26 April) to stand up for their principles and confront President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

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