EU wants to know what people fear about the internet

Wednesday 19 April 2017 | 09:35 CET | News
The EU has started a major public consultation, inviting everyone to comment on what they fear most about the future of the internet. Over the coming weeks, the EU will send out a succession of surveys, asking people to give their views about a range of topics, including privacy, security, artificial intelligence (AI), net neutrality and big data. People will also be asked to comment on how they see the impact of the internet on daily life, namely on jobs, health, government and democracy. The first questionnaire has already been sent. A number of leading European publications, including the

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Categories: Internet
Companies: European Commission
Countries: Europe
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