The EU is listening – make your voice heard to prevent copyright from controlling public space and the way we share online

EU copyright reform has been delayed (once again) until September to allow the European Commission to ask for input on two questions it can’t decide on:

Freedom of Panorama: Should you be allowed to take and use photos of public space everywhere in the EU without the risk of you or your photo sharing app […]

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Dieselgate under investigation: The emissions scandal has implications about the future of regulating technology

The European Parliament is finally starting its investigation into the Dieselgate emissions scandal, in which millions of cars by VW were found to be cheating on emissions tests, massively exceeding the limits for pollutants in actual driving conditions even after supposedly acing their approval procedures.

The Committee of Inquiry, of which I am a […]

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