Our annual YPDP Summer Reception will this year coincide with the European Dialogue on Internet Governance (EuroDIG) which will take place in Brussels.
YPDP debate on “New Tech Trends: Impact on Regulation & Society”
YPDP organised an exciting debate on how new tech trends impact regulation and society on 27th of April at Fipra International.
Mark MacGann (Uber Senior Board Advisor) and Josephine Wood (S&D Advisor, European Parliament) gave input to an interactive discussion on technological disruption, the future of work and the appropriate regulation.
Robin Wauters (tech journalist and founding editor of Tech.eu) moderated the debate.
Register now: YPDP Games Night, 17 February
You are invited to join our upcoming YPDP Games Night on Wednesday, 17 February, 18h30.
What better way to socialise and network than playing together with some of the coolest games? By the way, we were also told that the games are a great workout.
Drinks and snacks will be provided.
The Games Night will take place at our friends from Microsoft.
This event is open to all registered YPDPs. Please register by email now.
This event is supported by Microsoft.
The YPDP Team
YPDP Breakfast Roundtable on U.S. Surveillance Reform
YPDP and the U.S. Mission to the EU hosted a breakfast roundtable discussion on U.S. surveillance reform with Alex Joel (Civil Liberties Protection Officer, U.S. Office of the Director of National Intelligence) on 28th January at the U.S. Mission to the EU.
Mr Joel’s explained how his office ensures that the protection of privacy and civil liberties is appropriately incorporated in the U.S. Intelligence Community. Participants had a lot of questions and we had a lively discussion which also discussed the how many European Member States are enacting new surveillance laws in response to the threat from terrorism.
TTIP, the bullied kid of Twitter
With the 12th round of negotiations due in early 2016, proponents and critics of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, an agreement aiming to lift trade barriers between the European Union and the United States, are struggling to win the hearts and minds of social media users.