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The European Commission launches consultation to seek views on Digital Services Act package

The Commission has launched a public consultation on the Digital Services Act, a landmark package announced by President von der Leyen in her political guidelines and in the Commission's Communication “Shaping Europe's Digital Future” of 19 February. The consultation seeks to gather views, evidence and data from people, businesses, online platforms, academics, civil society and all interested parties to help us shaping the future rulebook for digital services more
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The new long-distance drivers: In the office and 4,000 kilometers away

T-Systems and Ottopia: solution for autonomous driving and logistics. Sitting in Stuttgart, driving in Tel Aviv more
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Questions and Answers - Commission makes it easier for citizens to access health data securely across borders

The Recommendation aims to allow EU citizens to access securely their health records across Member States more easily. In particular it aims at the creation of a European format that will allow electronic health records being shared in a secure manner at the same time as adhering to data protection rules more
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Opportunity for consumer IoT vendors with key categories forecast to grow 10%

Canalys forecasts that shipments of wearable bands, smart personal audio devices and smart speakers will grow 9.8% to reach 718.0 million units in 2020 as consumer IoT vendors look for growth in markets disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The three major device categories form an extension to IoT ecosystems deployed by smartphone and platform vendors, such as Apple, Google, Amazon, Samsung, Xiaomi and Huawei. Though a strong downturn is expected, vendors have become more proactive to make sure they can weather this challenging time more
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