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The path towards European digital leadership

Keynote by José María Álvarez-Pallete, CEO and Chairman of Telefónica, at the Tech & Politics Forum, organised by Financial Times and ETNO on 26th of October.

Public, social and fiscal policies for digital societies

Presentation of the report "Public, social and fiscal policies for digital societies", elaborated by Fundación Alternativas and financed by Telefónica.

CAN REGULATION SAVE THE INTERNET? A VIEW FROM BERLIN

The internet was once widely perceived as a space for innovation overseen by little to no traditional regulation. However, this paradigm is increasingly being questioned by figures from across government, the private sector, and wider society.

WILLIAM PERRIN - EUROPE'S DIGITAL POWER

What are the key issues when it comes to Internet regulation? How can this problem be solved? An opinion by William Perrin, Indigo Trust.

MARK BUNTING - EUROPE'S DIGITAL POWER

What are the key issues when it comes to Internet regulation? How can this problem be solved? An opinion by Mark Bunting, Communications Chambers

HOW TO HUMANIZE TECHNOLOGY

Elena Gil (CEO of LUCA, Telefónica Data Unit) participates in the event "How to humanize technology", at Casa de América. 

MODERNISING RIGHTS AND POLICIES

In Telefónica we propose de creation of a "Digital Bill of Rights", the rights and obligations that should apply equally online and offline. 

 

JULIAN JAURSCH – EUROPE’S DIGITAL POWER

What are the key issues when it comes to Internet regulation? How can this problem be solved? An opinion by Julian Jaursch, Stiftung Neue Verantwortung.

JONNY SHIPP - EUROPE'S DIGITAL POWER

What are the key issues when it comes to Internet regulation? How can this problem be solved? An opinion by Jonny Shipp, Internet Commission.

CAN REGULATION SAVE THE INTERNET? A VIEW FROM LONDON (II)

What should this regulation look like? Who is responsible for implementing it? The European Council on Foreign Relations in collaboration with Telefonica launched a series of workshops in London, Berlin, Washington, Brussels and Madrid to debate these questions with stakeholders. 

Eduardo Navarro and digital inclusiveness in Latin America

Eduardo Navarro, global director of Comms, Brand, Public Affairs and Sustainability at Telefónica analyzes the digital gap in Latin America. 

 

Connecting Digital Lives

Connectivity is the first requirement to enter the digital world. In Telefonica, we push for further cooperation between the public and private sector in order so everyone has the opportunity to participate in the connected world.

 

DELIVERING TRUST IN DATA

Telefonica's visión for building trust: transparency, security and choice and putting people in control.

 

WOLFRAM VON HEYNITZ – EUROPE’S DIGITAL POWER

What are the key issues when it comes to Internet regulation? How can this problem be solved? An opinion by Wolfram von Heynitz, German Federal Foreign Office.

JEAN JACQUES SAHEL - EUROPE'S DIGITAL POWER

What are the key issues when it comes to Internet regulation? How can this problem be solved? An opinion by Jean Jacques Sahel, ICANN.

CAN REGULATION SAVE THE INTERNET? A VIEW FROM LONDON (I)

The internet was once widely perceived as a space for innovation overseen by little to no traditional regulation. However, this paradigm is increasingly being questioned by figures from across government, the private sector, and wider society.

NEW DIGITAL DEAL

Telefonica calls for a New Digital Deal to reneew our social and economic policies and modernise our democracies for the digital age.

A Manifesto for a New Digital Deal

Telefonica presents its Manifesto for a New Digital Deal, which calls for a human-centric digitalisation. 

 

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