UK DCMS Ministerial team confirmed

By |februar 20th, 2020|DCMS, News, online harms, UK|

Following UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Cabinet reshuffle, the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has confirmed a number of new and returning ministers, with the Secretary of State post has gone to Oliver Dowden. Relevant ministerial appointments...

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Google users in UK to lose EU data protection – sources

By |februar 19th, 2020|EU, GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, Google, News, UK|

Google is planning to move its British users’ accounts out of the control of European Union privacy regulators, placing them under U.S. jurisdiction instead, sources said.

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UK broadcasting watchdog proposed as online harms regulator

By |februar 12th, 2020|digital services act, EU, News, Nicky Morgan, online harms, UK|

The UK government has announced plans to grant the country's broadcasting authority, Ofcom, broad new powers in regulating the spread of harmful content across social media platforms.

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Alarm over BBC future as UK proposes fee changes

By |februar 5th, 2020|BBC, EU, media, media freedom, media sustainability, News, Nicky Morgan, UK|

The British government on Wednesday (5 February) announced plans to stop prosecuting people who do not pay the BBC's compulsory subscription fee, sparking concerns about the broadcaster's future funding.

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Paris aims to become EU’s top financial hub in post-Brexit world

By |februar 4th, 2020|Brexit, City of London, financial hub, financial sector, France, Frankfurt, London, News, Paris, Paris Stock Exchange, UK|

London is currently Europe's leading financial centre but the French authorities dream of seeing Paris in the lead. However, it remains to be seen if the City will lose access to European markets after the UK-EU negotiations this year. EURACTIV's partn...

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UK to diverge from EU data protection rules, Johnson confirms

By |februar 4th, 2020|Brexit, data protection, EU, GDPR, General Data Protection Regulation, News, UK|

The United Kingdom will seek to diverge from EU data protection rules and establish their own 'sovereign' controls in the field, the UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday (3 February). His comments came despite the EU affirming that the UK sho...

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MPs call for a Anglo-German post-Brexit ‘friendship treaty’

By |februar 3rd, 2020|Brexit, common foreign and security policy, CSDP, European defence industry, Germany, News, Norbert Röttgen, security, Tom Tugendhat, transition period, UK|

A British MP and his German counterpart have called for a post-Brexit “treaty of friendship” between the two countries, as concerns grow in Berlin that relations could turn increasingly hostile over the coming months.

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UK grants Huawei a limited 5G role

By |januar 28th, 2020|5G, EU, Huawei, News, UK|

Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday granted China’s Huawei a limited role in Britain’s future 5G mobile network, a choice that risks damaging relations with the United States which fears China could use the company to steal Western secrets.

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UK to make Huawei decision today, amid intensifying US pressure

By |januar 28th, 2020|5G, Huawei, News, UK, US|

Huawei's future involvement in the UK's future 5G network infrastructure hangs in the balance today (28 January), as Prime Minister Boris Johnson sits down with members of the UK's National Security Council to come to an agreement on the Chinese teleco...

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UK is facing ‘900,000 people individual cliff-edges’

By |januar 23rd, 2020|News, Settled Status, UK|

Professor Tanja Bueltmann tells EURACTIV that the UK government is sleep-walking towards a major scandal unless it makes changes to its Settled Status scheme for EU nationals living in the UK.

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