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Tuesday, Jul. 26, 2022

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The EuroDIG 2022 Messages are final and accessible online:

While in previous years, each individual session had produced messages, the approach has been streamlined and structured across four Focus Areas for the latest EuroDIG. You can see in the programme which topics belonged to which area: The materials for the sessions can be found on the correlating wiki page.

The EuroDIG Secretariat goes into a summer break and will be back in office in late August. We wish you all a good summer!

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Google to be banned in Ukraine’s occupied Donetsk and Luhansk regions - Shared by EuroDIG

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AI and I: A three-step approach to Artificial Intelligence: Episode 3 - Regulating AI. The paradox of Achilles and the tortoise - Shared by EuroDIG

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LinkedIn Still Number One Brand to be Faked in Phishing Attempts while Microsoft Surges up the Rankings to Number Two Spot - Shared by EuroDIG

thumbnail Check Point Research issues its Q2 Brand Phishing Report, highlighting the brands that cyber criminals most often imitate to trick people into giving up

Digital Services Act: A Short Primer - Shared by EuroDIG

This article provides a short primer on the forthcoming Digital Services Act. DSA is an EU Regulation aiming to assure fairness, trust, and safety in the digital environment.

Turkish government agency collecting every activity of Internet users - report | | Ahval - Shared by Mutlu Civiroglu

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thumbnail The new bill proposes significant changes to data protection, biometrics, law enforcement, digital identity, identity verification, and the civil registry.

European Commission sued for violating EU’s data protection rules - Shared by Ami Rojkes Dombe

thumbnail The European Commission is to face a lawsuit over allegations it is violating its own General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) when transferring citizens' personal data from one of its websites to t…

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