As new and rapidly developing technology emerges, the United States and Europe must work together to build a democratic digital domain. From digital regulation and competition to emerging civilian and defense technologies, allies and partners must find new and innovative solutions together to retain their competitive advantage.
Technology and Innovation
As Spain prepares to assume the Presidency of the Council of the European Union on July 1, the country carries a reputation for hostility towards technology. The criticism is overstated.
Ireland’s data protection agency has fined social media giant Meta €1.2 billion for privacy violations under the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation. The penalty represents a giant — and dangerous — mistake.
The Group of Seven leaders meeting in Hiroshima from May 19 to May 21 will focus on how to manage the challenge posed by rising tech power China. The allies agree — for the most part.
The EU should not accept every request from digital gatekeepers to avoid regulation, but it should be careful before dismissing legitimate security concerns.Read More
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