Digital

5G 26-07-2019

A response to Robert Strayer: Reasonable people make their own decisions

In an open letter, Huawei's Vice President, Catherine Chen, hits out at recent comments from Robert Strayer, the US's Deputy Assistant Secretary of State, on Huawei's cybersecurity concerns.
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15-07-2019

What the new EU leadership can do for our industry (and vice versa)

Digitalisation is reshaping the borders of traditional industry sectors (e.g. automotive, energy, retail). It is also impacting our regulations that need to be smarter to uphold the competitiveness of Europe’s industry. New industry coalitions that combine verticals with tech sectors can help.
12-07-2019

The Finnish EU presidency should push for a ‘fast lane’ for tech and AI

Boasting one of Europe’s most liberal and innovative economies, Finland's EU presidency has the chance to push for a ‘fast lane’ for tech and AI in Europe, and show Europe a way forward in the age of AI, writes Christian Walther Øyrabø.
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5G 08-07-2019

The digital industry must become greener

5G will allow the ICT sector to reduce its energy use, and innovate more to help other sectors reduce CO2 emissions, writes Detlef Eckert, Huawei’s Global Policy Affairs Vice-President.
#Media4EU 24-06-2019

MEPs: Demand VP Democracy, after Spitzenkandidaten setback

Last week’s Summit did not retain the principle favoured by the Parliament. Before endorsing the final ‘ticket’ proposed, parliamentary groups can make coalition demands: a new top job could help, for healthy media and sound platforms.
5G 19-06-2019

Protecting Europe from China will strengthen the future of NATO

Competition with China is mostly economic, but NATO members need to pay attention. American and European interests align when it comes to the growing strategic competition between the Western alliance and China, writes Douglas Lute.
26-05-2019

EU coalition and futureproof media: Europe needs a VP for Democracy

Given difficult elections, the new EU Commission President will need a theme supporting MEPs and Prime Ministers. After years of fake news, platforms’ self-regulation and media crisis, this ecosystem could be rebalanced by a Vice-President for Democracy, Media and Platforms, Christophe Leclercq argues.
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14-05-2019

A Vision For Co-Creating Europe’s Tech Leadership

Exceptional opportunities and challenges require strong European political leadership in the technology space.
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5G 09-05-2019

Vote for 5G: securing the legacy of Robert Schuman

As in 1950, Europe today is again facing the choice of being bold and forward-looking on its future, writes Abraham Liu, Huawei’s Chief Representative to the EU institutions.
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5G 02-05-2019

Europe embraces 5G

The European Commission’s cyber security recommendations for 5G, and the Joint Declaration from the EU-China Summit, point the way forward for ICT companies like Huawei, writes Head of Strategy & Policy at Huawei EU, Hui Cao.
17-04-2019

Connected cars: Licensing traffic jam drives automakers to turn to EU antitrust law

Antitrust complaints are like London buses. You don’t get one for ages then four come at once in the same industry. That’s what has happened this past month in the auto sector, writes Mike Sax, Chairman of ACT, The App Association.
Freedom of thought 10-04-2019

Yet another awful pinnacle in the recent history of journalism

Violent attacks against journalists do not happen in a vacuum, their ground is prepared by the prevailing political and social environment. Harlem Désir explains how we have reached yet another milestone in the mistreatment of journalists.
copyright 09-04-2019

Copyright rules will turn the EU into a French digital colony

France, with its strict regulations of digital markets and its industries, has been allowed to drive the oppressive changes in copyright that are now about to be European law, writes Amelia Andersdotter, a former MEP for the Swedish Pirate Party.
5G 05-04-2019

European cooperation will mark 5G era

The EU might have been in the dark about 5G security for too long, but this will now change with the European Commission taking the lead, Green MEP Reinhard Bütikofer writes.
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Cybersecurity 05-03-2019

Digital trust is built on standards and facts

Trust is the foundation for a healthy digital environment. But as technology evolves, building trust becomes more difficult. Telecom operators that once ran closed networks are now running open ones connected to the internet. The world lacks a common and unified understanding of cybersecurity.
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27-02-2019

EU tech industry is ready to compete, but asks for fair play

European digital services are successful, well-managed and ambitious businesses. They operate on a market that has a highly skilled workforce and more than 500 million consumers. Yet, they lag behind entities from the US and China when it comes to their global expansion and market value, writes Magdalena Piech.
5G 26-02-2019

Digital iron curtain makes no sense in the 5G era 

Constructing a digital iron curtain would disrupt the technology market and hurt consumers, writes Zhang Ming, China's Ambassador to the EU.
22-02-2019

Supporting innovation to unlock a €1 trillion IoT prize for Europe

Many European small tech companies, eager to tap the potential of 5G connectivity and the Internet of Things (IoT), face a "scary reality", writes Brian Scarpelli.
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21-02-2019

A stronger Digital Europe 2025: Our Call to Action

Europe needs an unfragmented domestic market. We should nurture innovative business eco-systems to feed European champions and enable them to scale in a global market. Let us shape agile mission-based policies accordingly for the new Digital Sigle market, writes Cecilia Bonefeld-Dahl.
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18-02-2019

Terrorist legislation: the EU is on the right track but isn’t there yet

Targeting the wrong players: last autumn, the European Commission proposal to remove terrorist content online sent shockwaves through Europe’s cloud infrastructure community. Since then, real progress has been made in improving the Regulation—but more needs to be done.
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12-02-2019

Web under censorship threat

If the European project of the Directive on Copyright Law in the Digital Single Market becomes reality in its current shape, the Internet will no longer remain a place of free access to information and democratic debate, writes Michal Kanownik.
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12-02-2019

The economic and social imperative of developing digital skills

We are experiencing the most rapid period of technological change since the industrial revolution. It’s being driven by a collection of interrelated technologies - fast communication networks, the internet of things, robotics, cloud computing and artificial intelligence - which are unique in scale, reach and the speed at which they are changing our societies and economies.
Economy & Jobs 12-02-2019

How robotics will shape Europe – and the policy that will support it

Lawmakers need to focus on solving ethical questions and on the robotics technologies that will improve daily life, writes Eva Kaili.
Economy & Jobs 11-02-2019

Entrepreneurial skills as a vital tool to empower young people in Europe

European Union as the leading power of innovation and technological progress is by all means a great idea. But what are we doing today to achieve this vision of tomorrow? I believe that in order to make the EU a competitive and resilient partner, we must invest in people and focus on education now more than ever, writes Martina Dlabajová.

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