Net neutrality in Europe: a nightmarish scenario?

Every year at the end of July, the great migration starts. The EU bubble breaks up. MEPs, parliamentary assistants, EU institutions’ officials and lobbyists leave Brussels for a month of vacation. Some MEPs go home to visit their constituencies, others stay away for an extra week and travel on a delegation outside Europe. A week […]

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Europe and Silicon Valley

US tech industry leaders, like Google, Facebook and Uber, or Intel and Microsoft before them, have faced regulatory challenges in Europe, as well as yearslong investigations into their competitive, privacy and tax practices. President Obama’s recent statements have brought this topic to the fore and led to a series of reactions in Europe. What is […]

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