Three Questions to David Porter, CEO of eCampusOntario eCampusOntario is a not for profit, owned by the 45 universities and colleges that make up the higher education sector in Ontario, Canada. It ... »
Three Questions to Evarist Bartolo, Minister for Education and Employment of Malta The air is humming with buzzwords like “life-long learning”, “automation” and “upskill” at the Estonian presidency... »
3 Questions to Epi Ludvik Nikaj, founder of Crowdsourcing Week-conference The first promise of the internet was democratisation – new voices would be heard and a plethora of expressions would flouris... »
3 Questions to Felipe Florez Duncan, co-author of The impact of cross-border access to audiovisual content on EU consumers. The convenience of accessing film and TV programmes throughout a digitall... »
3 Questions to Martin Hoffmann – Fake-news! It’s a defamation against journalists, extolled President of the European Federation of Journalists, Mogens Blicher Bjerregård at the recent ECPMF confer... »
3 Questions to Jonathan Taplin, author of Move Fast and Break Things In the third decade of the commercial internet, concentration of power and money is greater than ever. Will this process stop or... »
3Questions to Andrey Suvorov, Kaspersky Lab Cyber-security is a big part of the debates around the digital policy agenda in Europe. But what is cyber-security, what are the threats and what is the ... »
Welcome to the New World* is the title of an essay by Mathilde Ramadier, telling the story of how she survived the “coolitude” of startups in Berlin’s version of Silicon Valley. Netopia asked for more... »
3 Questions to Aleks Afanasyev, Product Specialist at CafeX Netopia tried a robot-made espresso at CafeX in San Francisco’s Metreon center. With the recent debates about robot tax and jobs lost to ... »
3 Questions to Nathalie Vandystadt, European Commission spokesperson for the Digital Single Market. Per Strömbäck: On November 28, EU member states agreed to ban unjustified geo-blocking between me... »