Commission launches internet fee consultation full of biased questions
The European Commission has launched an “exploratory questionnaire” about telecom corporations wishing to levy an internet fee from online content providers. EDRi’s response outlines why that’s a ludicrous idea, a threat to net neutrality, and bad news for all internet users.
EU plans allow Big Tech to exploit your medical records, without permission
The EHDS would make physicians and other medical professionals complicit in the forced commercialisation and monetisation of every aspect of your health without ever asking for your consent. It would destroy the Hippocratic oath of confidentiality by which every medical professional is supposed to be bound.
EDRi welcomes new Senior Policy Advisor
European Digital Rights is proud to announce that Jan Penfrat (né Weisensee) has joined the Brussels office as the team’s new Senior Policy Advisor. In the past, Jan was a freelance technology reporter at the German IT magazine Golem.de where he covered internet regulation, IT security and open source software. He holds Master’s degrees from […]