At this IIEA webinar, an expert panel will discuss how digital consumer vulnerability can be regulated while ensuring that technology-enabled innovation can thrive. This panel features: Dr Jennifer King, Privacy and Data Policy Fellow at the Stanford University Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence; former Director of Consumer Privacy at the Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law school, USA; Professor Bruno Liebhaberg, Director General of the Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), Brussels, Belgium; Dr Stephen Unger, Chair of the UK Chapter, International Institute of Communications, previously Chief Technology Officer of Ofcom and Vice-Chair of the Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications; and Jeremy Godfrey, Chair of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC) in Ireland.
At this IIEA webinar David F. Helvey, the US Secretary of Defense Deputy Representative in Europe and the Deputy Defense Advisor for the US Mission to NATO, will discuss the outcomes of the Madrid Summit and explore their implications for the United States’ participation in Europe’s security.
The European Commission has welcomed the political agreement reached between the European Parliament and the Council on its proposal for a Regulation on markets in crypto-assets (“MiCA”) which aims to protect consumers against some of the risks associated with the investment in crypto-assets, and help them avoid fraudulent schemes. The Commission also welcomed the political agreement on its proposal to amend the Transfer of Funds Regulation (TFR). Commissioner Mairead McGuinness said: "Together, these proposals will bring crypto markets into the regulated space and address risks related to consumer protection, market integrity, financial stability, and financial crime. At the same time, MiCA will bring legal certainty for market participants and promote innovation in the single market with a new EU passport for crypto service providers."
Join the online debate about the fundamental rights situation in Luxembourg and the European Union with European Commission Vice-President for Values, Transparency, Verà Jourova and the Member of the European Parliament Marc Angel. Your views on the fundamental rights situation in Luxembourg and the European Union ! What needs to change? In what areas do authorities need to step up their action ? Racism, hate speech, disinformation, discrimination, fair and equal access to education, jobs and healthcare and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on people’s human rights - Nothing is off topic ! Join us LIVE for an exchange with European Commission Vice-President for Values, Transparency, Verà Jourova and the Member of the European Parliament Marc Angel. The views you express during the dialogue will not be for naught ! They will be published on the platform of the Conference on the Future of Europe and help shape upcoming policies and actions on fundamental rights.
Il 9 aprile 2019 si terrà a Varese l'evento "l'Europa che vorrei" per parlare di equilibri ed identità europea.
U příležitosti 11. Konference ministrů Světové obchodní organizace (WTO), která se bude konat od 10. do 13. prosince v Buenos Aires v Argentině, proběhne také setkání unijních ministrů zahraničních věcí. Rada přijme závěry, z nichž bude vycházet postoj EU během konference WTO.
The aim of the public consultation is to gather the views and concerns of all interested citizens, organisations and businesses on (a) improving the security of EU citizens’ ID cards and residence documents and those of their family members and (b) facilitating the exercise of EU citizens’ free movement rights and the rights of their family members to accompany them. The consultation is open until 5 December 2017.
Aujourd’hui nous célébrons les 70 ans de la signature du Traité de Paris. <br>It created the European Coal and Steel Community, the bedrock of economic cooperation between former enemies. <br>Auferstanden aus den Trümmern des Krieges begann Europa den Weg hin zur heutigen Union. Voir la vidéo <br><a href="https://t.co/7uUW3uHrho">Voir la vidéo</a> <i><br><i>Ursula von der Leyen (@vonderleyen) <a href="https://twitter.com/vonderleyen/status/1383688631638904832">le 18 avril 2021</a>