The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applied since May 2018, was a policy response to widely felt skepticism and fears in the European population around privacy protection in technology. Policy-makers in EU member states and institutions intended to strike a better balance between promoting innovation and protecting the European citizens’ individual autonomy.
The M&A global market is stable and increasingly a prerogative of US and Europe, according to the annual report “Tech Startup M&As” presented today by Mind the Bridge together with Crunchbase and with the support of global law firm Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP. The report was unveiled at the "European Innovation Day" Conference in Mountain View (CA), the flagship event of the fourth edition of the Startup Europe Comes to Silicon Valley program.
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In this episode, host Cornelius McGrath chats with Megan Colford, who works in Government Relations for Lime. They talk about the future of transportation answering questions like: how will we get around in the future and what does that mean for consumers and cities alike?
In this episode, we talked about the EU’s framework for future blockchain regulation, in particular how is the landscape of ICO regulations changing going forward.