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Lobbying government? Be careful what you wish for This article is sponsored by:

Cloud industry players have been lobbying policy makers to take them seriously. Now that they have their attention, they are complaining.

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Europe stirs the crucible of data privacy This article is sponsored by:

The EU's plans to harmonize data protection have stirred a crucible of strong emotions that play across three separate dimensions

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PRISM exploitation drives EU's data protection overhaul This article is sponsored by:

The European Parliament's civil liberties and home affairs committee will next week vote on more than 4000 amendments to highly controversial data protection proposals which could have a major impact on the global digital economy.

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High stakes threaten EU cloud strategy This article is sponsored by:

Conflicting viewpoints and a fast timetable are putting pressure on Europe's high-stakes efforts to define its cloud strategy.

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A red tape-wrapped rant at Europe's flawed cloud thinking This article is sponsored by:

I'm incredibly sceptical about the efforts from the European Commission to create a 'European Cloud', fearing as I do that the ongoing PRISM scandal is being exploited to support a political agenda in Europe. Here's the latest document from the Commission which makes me rather annoyed.

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Europe calls for US regime change in the cloud This article is sponsored by:

The war of words around the PRISM scandal and its impact on the cloud taken on positively Dr Strangelove levels as a new EU report calls for commercial pressure to force a change in US law. That's going to work, isn't it?

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European cloud adopters cautious on privacy This article is sponsored by:

Do privacy rules pose a barrier to cloud adoption in Europe? Gatwick's CIO explains how the airport handles data protection in its move to the cloud

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Europe's big chance in the global apps market This article is sponsored by:

Apps in the 28 European Union states generated €10.2 billion last year - a figure that is expected to increase to a whopping €14.9 billion in 2016. Will the EU now create the right conditions to build on this solid foundation?

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Digital Britain and Cameron's dubious moral crusade This article is sponsored by:

Self-congratulation, warmed-up policy commitments and the re-inforcement of a mis-judged moral crusade to score 'tough' headlines - the latest government report on Digital Britain.

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