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Wednesday, Jun. 8, 2022

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Registration deadline: June 12

EuroDIG 2022 takes place June 20-22 in Trieste and online. If you are planning to join us in Trieste, make sure to register until June 12 (this Sunday)! You can register here and select “on-site in Trieste”.

If you are participating online, you can register up until the conference on the EuroDIG website.

Build your own EuroDIG programme

You can now add the different EuroDIG sessions to your schedule by going to “EuroDIG 2022 programme” on the EuroDIG website and selecting the sessions you want to attend. Each session has a calendar icon, which leads you to download the relevant calendar entry.

The consolidated programme with all up-to-date information from the Org Teams, you can always find on the EuroDIG Wiki.

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AI regulation filled with thousands of amendments in the European Parliament - Shared by EuroDIG

thumbnail Each political group of the European Parliament submitted a few hundred amendments to the upcoming AI Act, setting the tone for future discussions.

Spanish court calls CEO of Israel's NSO to testify in spying case - Shared by EuroDIG

thumbnail Spain's High Court on Tuesday called the chief executive officer of Israel's software firm NSO Group to testify as a witness in a case opened over the use of its Pegasus software to spy on Spanish po…

Online platforms now have an hour to remove terrorist content in the EU - Shared by EuroDIG

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The digital approach of the upcoming Czech Presidency - Shared by EuroDIG

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The .eu Illustrated spotlights online safety - Shared by EuroDIG

thumbnail <p>Our 2022 .eu Illustrated is now available.</p>

Tech companies take steps towards net zero - Shared by EuroDIG

thumbnail Best practices from digital companies demonstrate how to slash the emissions to achieve carbon-neutral operations and net zero.

News - Shared by EuroDIG

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YouTube and Uploaded Could be Liable For Pirating Users, Court Rules - Shared by EuroDIG

thumbnail Platforms such as YouTube and Uploaded could be directly liable for the copyright-infringing uploads of their users.

Spain Hands Google €10 Million GDPR Fine for Violation of “Right To Be Forgotten” Rules - Shared by Philippe Vynckier - Influencer 🇺🇦

thumbnail Spanish data protection authority AEPD called the two infringements that led to the GDPR fine "very serious." Both relate to Google's transfer of EU citizen data to the US.

Big Tech's privacy policies are deliberately unclear - Shared by Naresh Deevi

thumbnail You opted out, but you didn't uncheck the box on page 24, so your data's ours...

Towards a holistic approach to effective data protection - Shared by Patrick Dunleavy

thumbnail Existing data protection frameworks are premised on the belief that individuals should have certain rights in relation to this personal data. However, the complexities and scale of online data use …

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