Brussels Briefing on ICT: All you need to know for the month of December 2013

In this latest Brussels Briefing on ICT, leading ICT and digital journalist Jennifer Baker provides an extensive update on the latest policy developments.

Topics discussed include:
– the NIS Directive, the so-called “Cyber Security Directive” which aims to make infrastructure more secure
e-identity and the E-Trust Directive, which seek to safeguard people’s identities on the internet
– the LIBE committee’s report on the NSA scandal, due before the end of the year
– the antitrust investigations against Google are still ongoing and unlikely to be finalised before the end of the year

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