Negotiators from the European Parliament, the Council of the EU and the Commission have reached an agreement on a revised directive that will facilitate the availability and re-use of public sector data.
For blockchain to realise its potential in government, it has to build two things: digital identity systems - and digital versions of their national currencies, says Brussels
EU begins rollout of cross-border Digital Identity project
Commissions says Europe is losing ground to the US and China - but where will a post-Brexit UK stand in all this?
Government says in light of European Court of Justice critique and Brexit it's open to discuss the most controversial data legislation of the last decade
Squaring the circle between EU privacy law and US mass surveillance
Bill Mew from our Security Sponsor UKCloud looks at what is behind the demise of the two EU US data sharing frameworks and what does it mean for us all?
The latest blog from UKCloud, our official security partner.
Simpler rules regulating how councils buy goods and services after Brexit could boost local growth and create jobs, contends the Local Government Association
Commission plans to publish new ways to exchange patient data later in 2017 - and is open to suggestions as to what that would look like