Whenever news arrives from Brussels about a new regulation of the Internet (as in the current political agreement on the Digital Service Act, also called DSA), critical choruses arise from those who […]
What the Russian-Ukrainian conflict can teach Europe in terms of cybersecurity
The Russian-Ukrainian conflict has brought the issue of cybersecurity to the top of the European and national agendas. The issue was already much debated, at least at policy level, in contexts regarding […]
Best wishes for 2022!
This year, either we go for a secured and protected European cloud, or we give up digital sovereignty permanently
EU prolonged the roaming reform
Someone had feared the risk that roaming costs could reappear, and the related shock-bills, if the European institutions in Brussels had failed in finding an agreement on how to extend the European […]
The judiciary confirmation of the Google Shopping case reinforces the legislative path to stricter rules on Big Tech
Today’s ruling of the EU General Court Tribunal confirming the fine of 2.42 billion euros to Google / Alphabet is destined to have wider and more significant effects beyond the mere pecuniary […]
The Reachability of Data in the Cloud: a Legal Perspective
I am glad to present the study I carried out with prof. Eugenio Prosperetti* about the so-called “legal reachability” of data in the cloud environment. This is something which may be useful […]
#Terreg regulation: foreign censorship is today getting closer
Without making too much noise, on 29 April, 2021 the European Parliament gave the green light to the so-called TERREG regulation, i.e. the European legislation designed to counter the spread of terrorist content […]
Too many forgetful in Brussels: the SuperLeague is a direct result of the European Bosman ruling
There is something wrong with the statements of various representatives of the European institutions who distance themselves from the football Super League project. In fact, it was precisely the disruptive force of […]
The new European roaming regulation: the hidden issues
The European Commission has adopted a proposal to review the current roaming regulation. The proposal is quite conservative, as it extend for further 10 years the current regime of Roam-Like-At-Home (so called […]
Best wishes for 2021!
And do note forget to have a look at my new piano album published on Spotify. There is a life beyond telecoms and Internet stuff!