Tag: HUMAN RIGHTS & ICT

e-Government: what does it really mean? Identifying objectives and obstacles
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Today e-Government is getting more and more interest and traction, all over Europe. It is also heard that some regions are very advanced while some others have not started any thinking on the issue. Indeed, and despite the huge advances in technology in recent decades, the reality is that many public administrations have not evolved so much towards e-Government.

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Edin Omanovic (Privacy International) on the export of dual-use technologies
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EIF debate on human rights aspects of ICT
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The EIF breakfast debate on 25 April focused on the topic of Human Rights and ICT, with Marietje Schaake MEP and EIF Governor introducing the speakers.

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