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CEEE|Gov Days, Budapest, 7 & 8 May

In 2015, the Austrian Institute for European Law and Policy is one of the organisers of the Central and Eastern European e|Dem and e|Gov Days 2015, held in Budapest on May 7 & 8.

A new European extra-territorial data protection regulation forthcoming, Germany’s leading Internet Service Providers implementing national Internet routing, France and Germany calling for a “European Internet”, … These are just some of the responses to a seemingly endless flow of revelations of privacy violations and intrusive activities from outside (and at times inside) the European Union. But how can such a “Europeanized” Internet work, what are the political, technical, legal and organizational challenges? And if it is feasible – is it also desirable or rather a detriment to economy and innovation? What are the repercussions on government infrastructure and digital services already in place?

For more information and to sign up for the conference, please visit the conference website at http://eeegov.ocg.at/