Posts in category Politics

Cybersecurity and consumer rights: the EU triple jump

If you have been around since the earliest days of the digital revolution, you won’t know it any other way: Electronic devices age fast, they go wrong, they die sudden deaths, they get hacked, or all at once they are incompatible with the state of the art. A couple of years go by, and what […]

WiFi4EU: Registration started

WiFi4EU funding Wi-Fi European Commission

The EU announced this ambitious project back in mid-2017: EUR 120 million of European funding will help communities across the EU to setup free Wi-Fi hotspots for citizens. The name: WiFi4EU. Now the time has come. Since last week, municipalities and IT service providers have been able to register for WiFi4EU. 

At the Last Moment: EU Commission Stops Wi-Fi Market Access Blockade!

At the Last Moment: EU Commission Stops Wi-Fi Market Access Blockade!

The Wi-Fi industry has hotly anticipated this day for months: After initially downplaying the problem and months of unfathomable denial in Brussels, the EU Commission yesterday—just five days before the deadline—averted the impending EU-wide suspension of sales of Wi-Fi products with the introduction of an interim solution.