In an always-connected society, the internet of toys is the latest security concern. Governments, standards bodies and manufacturers have an obligation to make them secure.
We should not allow private companies to take over our law and order. To say this seems self-evident. And yet this is increasingly what big tech is being asked to do.
We are in danger of sleepwalking into a situation where the decision to kill is ungoverned by our normal combat laws. We need to keep a human in the loop.
A new online tool to help employees expose corruption still leaves whistleblowers vulnerable.
A refugee’s selfie made him the target of racists. His failed court case shows the justice system needs to catch up.
Plans for new EU border controls pose a serious risk to fundamental rights, say opponents
#Malta & #Gozo take to the streets demanding an end to corruption 25 months after #DaphneCaruanaGalizia's assassination.
The masterminds remain at large. The subjects of her investigations remain protected in Government.
We'll keep fighting.
#Truth #Justice #Accountability 💪
No. They will use it to sell ads. https://t.co/UgLiiUQIEn
Tweets of the Week is out! 🇪🇺🐦
@vonderleyen’s new titles are a bit of a flop,
@donaldtusk #Brexit speech is a major mic-drop,
and @BorisJohnson it appears can’t use a mop.
Happy Friday! #EUTweets of the Week is out!
WTF @BRUSSELSAIRPORT! Security queue is currently the most ridiculously long! Can you not plan appropriately for peak times! Dreadful service