The Gauteng Provincial Government has established a new department, to be known as the Department of e-Government, to improve service delivery, modernise the public service and stimulate the province’s knowledge-based economy.
Following today’s judgment of the CJEU in Case C-362/14 Maximilian Schrems v Data Protection Commissioner invalidating the “Safe Harbour” Decision, IAB Europe calls on the European Commission and the U.S. government to address the various issues and obstacles identified by the Court, and swiftly put in place a new framework enabling the safe transfer of EU citizens’ personal data between the EU and the U.S. for commercial purposes.
Private industry was in a rage while privacy groups were elated on Tuesday over a new ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ) affirming European citizens’ right to privacy from American tech companies.
To many internet users, freedom of speech is sacrosanct. The internet offers a safe space in which to express one’s opinion without fear of reprisals. Well, this was once the case. In recent years, and particularly over the past decade, the monitoring of people’s internet usage has been on the rise. This can be seen as a positive or a negative. The key issue is that this is open to abuse – and it has been used as such.
Guests and project partners from at least 10 countries met in Vilnius to attend an international conference on intergenerational learning on 11th of September. The event was organised in the context of European Trans e-Scouts project and was hosted by one of the project partners Association Langas i ateiti.