March 24, 2022

Corentin Hue: Is Google Analytics on its way out?

After landmark rulings by the Austrian and French data protection authorities, Corentin Hue, communications manager at France générosités, questions whether this is the end of the […]
January 12, 2022

Patrick Gibbels: The French Presidency of the EU – what’s in store?

With France officially taking over the rotating Presidency of the EU Council on New Year’s Day, our public affairs columnist Patrick Gibbels takes a look at […]
May 12, 2021

Patrick Gibbels: Spring update from Brussels

Our columnist Patrick Gibbels summarises some key updates from the European Commission in Brussels, highlighting what the Anti-Money Laundering regulations, ePrivacy, the Conference on the Future […]
February 19, 2021

EU agrees position on ePrivacy rules

On 10 February 2021, EU member states agreed on a negotiating mandate for new rules on the protection of privacy and confidentiality in the use of […]
February 10, 2021

Patrick Gibbels: New EU Privacy laws are gaining momentum

With the European Commission’s proposal for a new e-Privacy Regulation finally gathering speed after years of semi-deadlock in the European Council, our columnist Patrick Gibbels explores […]
November 4, 2020

What does the Commission’s 2021 work programme mean for civil society?

The European Commission’s 2021 work programme sets us on a path towards a greener, stronger and fairer Europe, with a focus on creating the building blocks to […]