The European Commission’s Trade Policy Day on December 5th is a timely moment to reflect on the outlook for trade policy across the world. In recent times we’ve witnessed a torrent of political events that have altered the outlook on trade and created a shift towards mercantilism – and in some cases, pure protectionism – […]
IBM VP of European Government and Regulatory Affairs lays out how the EU's digital single market can advance the evolution of healthcare.
IBM’s Jean-Marc Leclerc lays out important facts EU policy makers need to know on Blockchain, alongside thoughts for the future.
In this new data-driven era, the understandable call for more effective data protection has led to an increase in government legislation worldwide. Here in the European Union, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is drawing close to its implementation date, also accompanied by proposed legislation on ePrivacy, data ownership and free flow of data to […]
Data is the phenomenon of our time. It is the world’s new natural resource, growing exponentially not only in quantity but more importantly in form. Every action and interaction, every decision and relationship, every event occurring in any of the world’s complex systems, natural and human-made, is now being expressed as data. Read the introduction […]
IBM today voiced its support for legislation to prevent internet technologies from being abused by criminals engaged in sex trafficking.
IBM today expressed its support for a positive result in the first annual review of Privacy Shield, a deal vital to both the EU and US economies.
IBM SVP David Kenny today sent a letter to Congress outlining policy priorities to help harness the potential of artificial intelligence.
Washington, D.C. – IBM (NYSE: IBM) today issued this statement on the U.S. House of Representative’s passage of legislation to bring federal government IT systems into the 21st century: “IBM has proudly contributed to some of the U.S. government’s most impressive leaps forward in technology – from managing data at the dawn of Social Security […]