Data talks not started, admits minister as UK faces EU ‘data wall’

By |oktober 26th, 2018|Brexit, Brexit transitional deal, cross-border data flows, data economy, GDPR, News|

Concerns are growing that the UK will face a post-Brexit 'data wall' that will stymie the €272 billion of trade in Europe that relies on data flows.

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From transport to street lighting: The emergence of smart city platforms

By |september 18th, 2018|big data, data economy, digital platforms, IoT, News, online platforms, Smart cities, smart city|

Uber and Airbnb have shown how city services can be transformed by platform offerings. Developing the right platforms will be key for cities to ensure that their economies, environment, and services are fit for the future, writes Eric Woods.

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Negotiators reach quick agreement on law banning data localisation

By |junij 20th, 2018|Andrus Ansip, Anna Maria Corazza-Bildt, cloud computing, cross-border data flows, data economy, data localisation, GDPR, Google, News|

EU negotiators sealed an agreement that will allow non-personal data to move freely across the bloc and ban national laws that require companies to store data within a country’s borders.

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Big member states are dividing the EU on digital agenda

By |oktober 2nd, 2017|corporate tax, cross-border data flows, data economy, data localisation, data protection, digital summit, Estonia, Estonian Presidency, free flow of data, Krzysztof Szubert, News, OECD, online platforms, Poland, tax policy|

Four countries - Germany, France, Italy and Spain - drafted a paper outlining their priorities ahead of last Friday’s (29 September) digital summit, where heads of state gathered in Estonia. Poland’s Digital Minister Krzysztof Szubert told EURACTIV.com their paper risks dividing EU member states on digital issues.

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