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GDPR for public relations: driving up standardss — Stephen Waddington
- good read, BUT I have been reading articles about improving the standard of PR beyond shotgunning generic pitches for decades literally
pr  data  legal  eu  uk 
january 2018 by renaissancechambara
Luxury Brands Win Right to Block Sale of Goods on Amazon in Europe - WSJ
- “The quality of luxury goods is not simply the result of their material characteristics, but also of the allure and prestigious image which bestows on them an aura of luxury,” the ECJ said. “That aura is an essential aspect of those goods in that it thus enables consumers to distinguish them from other similar goods.”
luxury  eu  e-tailing  legal  totwitter 
december 2017 by renaissancechambara
The State of European Tech 2017
- interesting primer on tech in Europe, obviously read it in a critical manner
eu  technology  business  analysis  totwitter 
november 2017 by renaissancechambara
INMA: Pros, cons of EU’s General Data Protection Regulation for publishers
GDPR could lead to a reduction in programmatic ad spend because advertisers will struggle to measure whether their ads lead to purchases, according to Eric Berry, CEO of TripleLift. There’s uncertainty about how the law will be enforced, but if users have to give consent to individual publishers, demand-side platforms, and attribution vendors, the attribution companies won’t have enough data to make accurate measurements
online  advertising  eu  totwitter 
october 2017 by renaissancechambara
Will Artificial Intelligence Be Illegal in Europe Next Year? | Entrepreneur
- data portability and an explanation for automated decision pose interesting challenges
privacy  legal  eu 
august 2017 by renaissancechambara
Moscow spooks return to Hungary, raising NATO hackles – POLITICO
“Back in 2014-2015 [the Russians] went from maybe 50-100 intelligence officers up to 300 plus” in Hungary, said the former embassy official.

“Generally we expect they are openly capturing telecoms, running HUMINT [human intelligence] sources all over Europe, planning and staging all kinds of cyber sabotage, linking up with organized crime and supporting folks in parties like [the far-right] Jobbik with fat sacks of cash and maybe even some intel-sourced dirt,”
july 2017 by renaissancechambara
France wants hardest Brexit, says City envoy to EU | FT
- makes sense. At least some countries would see the negotiations as something closer to a zero-sum game for a few reasons. Holding the EU together, and the opportunities for at least some new jobs in their country. As the UK economy slows down, the country becomes less attractive as a market for exports. So the calculus moves from partnership to strip mining. Finally, it will be traumatic for supply chains so there is an incentive to rebuild them in your favour (paywall)
eu  economics  analysis 
july 2017 by renaissancechambara
Macron wants limits on Chinese investments, takeovers in Europe’s strategic industries
- smart move, there is a strong case for a 'China reciprocity law' forcing technology transfer to the EU and restricting investment in strategic industries
china  eu 
june 2017 by renaissancechambara
In Parliament this week: medicine, car emissions, EU citizens in the UK | European Parliament
The US still requires visas for people from Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Poland and Romania, a decade or more after these countries joined the EU. On Thursday, MEPs vote on a resolution calling on the European Commission to reimpose visa requirements for US citizens until the matter is solved. 
eu  us 
march 2017 by renaissancechambara
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