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The Europe roundup: Best of European TechPolitics at PDF 2010

BY Antonella Napolitano | Friday, June 11 2010

During PdF 2010, one of the afternoon session featured "The best of European tech politics". Here's a summary and some reflections written by the moderator, PDF friend and speaker Jon Worth. If you’re a United States ... Read More

The Europe roundup: The resigned President and the power of social media

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, June 9 2010

Did you attend Personal Democracy Forum 2010? Check Nancy Scola's recap of some of the sessions and what other attendants wrote about the conference. And we will give you information about PDF Europe conference very ... Read More

From Europe to New York: attending PDF 2010

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, June 2 2010

We landed in a beautiful and sunny New York to attend the seventh edition of Personal Democracy Forum. European politics will have its spot tomorrow at 3.30pm in a session called "Best of Europe Tech-Politics", featuring ... Read More

The Europe roundup: How Russian gay activists used the Internet to outwit the Police

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, May 31 2010

Russia | How Russian gay activists used the Internet to outwit the Police This weekend a Gay Pride march took place in Moscow took place, but it wasn't a common event. The Moscow LGBT community has been trying to stage ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Your country, your call - and some controversy

BY Antonella Napolitano | Thursday, May 27 2010

Ireland | Your country, your call - and some controversy Some months ago we wrote about "Your country your call", a competition launched by the Irish government to find projects that could secure development and ... Read More

The Europe roundup: The Coalition: what to expect from the new government

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, May 26 2010

UK | The Coalition: what to expect from the new government A few days ago David Cameron and Nick Clegg explained their plans for the new government, aiming at creating a radical change in the country. A whole section is ... Read More

The Europe roundup: Should we give eVoting another chance?

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, May 24 2010

EU | Should we give eVoting another chance? Voting in an election is not as easy as it may seem: during the British election night many people reported they could not cast their ballots. As reported by The Guardian, "at ... Read More

The Europe roundup: The blogosphere in white coats

BY Antonella Napolitano | Friday, May 21 2010

Spain | The blogosphere in white coats Patients and medical walk through hospitals and surgery office, but also on the Internet. The Spanish network of medical blogs is one of the world's liveliest: patients seek ... Read More

The Europe roundup: The two sides of eParticipation in Central and Eastern Europe

BY Antonella Napolitano | Wednesday, May 19 2010

Earlier today I published a story on Andrew Stott as the new director of digital engagement in the British government. Later I recognized it was a story from 2009. I deeply apologize to PDF readers for my mistake. UK | ... Read More

The Europe roundup: From Minister Aigner to Mark Zuckerberg: the importance of privacy

BY Antonella Napolitano | Monday, May 17 2010

Germany | From Minister Aigner to Mark Zuckerberg: the importance of privacy German Consumer Protection Minister Ilse Aigner has written an open letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, expressing her concerns about ... Read More

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