CEPA’s online journal dedicated to advancing transatlantic cooperation on tech policy.
Some of Europe’s telecommunication operators seek a major change to how the Internet works – forcing large content, app, and cloud-service providers – such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft, and Netflix – to pay additional fees for Internet infrastructure. It’s poor policy.
Europe wants to boost its economy through increased data sharing. But its plans have unlocked privacy and security concerns.
As technology shapes our societies, the transatlantic tech alliance is moving its regulatory agenda ahead to increase government oversight.
In September, countries will elect a leader for the International Telecommunication Union. The Internet’s future will be at stake.Read/Listen/Watch