Data + Trust = limitless possibilities
Data + Trust =
limitless possibilities
Here’s the thing: data has a great power to serve us all in the way we and our communities live, work, and play. And with great power comes great responsibility.

Data brings insights that improve our daily lives – as a citizen, a patient, a consumer, a tax payer, a business – allowing us to do more and better with less.

So let’s use data for the pursuit of happiness, health, mobility and prosperity. But on citizens’ terms.
We believe in solid data protection rules, where data delivers its power to us all in ways that we Europeans trust. We don’t believe that the proposed regulation will make our data safer nor will it allow us to benefit from it.

So let’s have a real debate to rethink the proposed data protection regulation in Europe.

Data is to the 21st century what electricity was to the 20th. Trust is the switch. Get data protection right!
Position paper
DSM & GDPR: Oil and Water?
DSM & GDPR: Oil and Water?
The Juncker Commission’s flagship Digital Single Market (DSM) strategy, in the words of Robert Madelin , is focused...
SMEs
Efficient & effective marketing for an SME
Efficient & effective marketing for an SME
All start-ups depend on targeted marketing of their services of products to be successful. But what if it is no longer legal to distribute marketing offers based on customers preferences? Here’s ...
SMEs
Cultivating entrepreneurship during economic recovery
Cultivating entrepreneurship during economic recovery
All start-ups depend on marketing of their services of products to be successful. But what if it is no longer legal to market to people who have not categorically stated they want to receive your information?
Utilities
Sustainable energy for Europeans
Sustainable energy for Europeans
What would happen to energy and utility companies if data segmentation was significantly restricted in Europe? Would this be detrimental to European consumers? Take this hypothetical example.
Mobility
Keeping the European auto sector competitive
Keeping the European auto sector competitive
Would the European automotive sector remain competitive, efficient, and innovative if data segmentation was significantly restricted in Europe or would they be put at a disadvantage? Take this hypothetical example.
SMEs
Spot.hole & identifying roads in need of repair
Spot.hole & identifying roads in need of repair
Many Internet services rely on scale to become really useful. But what if legal restrictions prevent them reaching critical mass? Take the hypothetical example of a social enterprise monitoring potholes in ...
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