Some EU decision-makers have adopted a radical and unreasonable interpretation of EU data protection law that lacks a limiting principle.
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The European Union has stopped issuing cyber sanctions, but it's not for lack of new attacks.
Europe’s new AI proposal sets out a nuanced regulatory structure with several important innovations. But the initiative also appears to have some surprising gaps.
Our interview in this episode is with Michael Daniel, formerly the top cybersecurity adviser in the Obama administration’s National Security Council and currently the CEO of the Cyber Threat Alliance (CTA). Michael lays out CTA’s mission. Along the way he also offers advice to the Biden cyber team—drawing in part on the wisdom of Henry Kissinger.
The incoming Biden administration should seek to build a U.S.-EU alliance that will hardwire democratic governance into everything digital.
The decision of the European Court of Justice in Schrems II is gobsmacking in its mix of judicial imperialism and Eurocentric hypocrisy.
With the U.K. negotiators in quarantine and more pressing issues at hand, the U.K. and European Union should extend the Brexit transition period.
The proposed framework represents a sensible and thoughtful basis to guide the EU’s consideration of legislation to help direct the development of AI applications.
European states want to exert more unity and strength on the world stage, but they lack the vision and consensus to do so.
The new president of the European Commission can help guide European policy in the right direction.