Research carried out across all EU countries and the UK by the Liberties network has found that the contact-tracing apps developed by governments to monitor people’s exposure to COVID-19 did not lead to mass surveillance, partly thanks to the BigTech.
A brief background about your most important summer gear.
Whether the Citizens, Equality, Rights and Values Fund fulfils its potential depends on how enthusiastic and pragmatic the Commission can be in distributing it.
Lithuania, one of only six EU member states that does not recognize civil partnerships, intends to take up debate this autumn on a law that would help address a number of practical problems faced by unmarried couples.
Computers behind social welfare systems, courts, or security forces make unfair decisions all the time. Transparency is key to mitigate the risks.
A bit of history, with a meaningful message for today.
On 19th April 2021, the government of Lithuania extended the lockdown until 31st May 2021.
What is artificial intelligence? Why is it artificial? Is it really intelligent? So many questions. We give you now all the answers.
On 28th March 2021, the government of Romania tightened restrictions aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19, extending the state of alert for the next 30 days.