FREE News: 18th June

The ever-evolving cyber threat to planes (EurActiv): Hackers and cyber-terrorists present an ever-evolving threat to airlines, with experts constantly testing for new vulnerabilities – including the fear that drones could be used to throw a plane off course […]”.

Partners tell Greece not to gamble with its future (EurActiv): Greece’s leftist government faced a barrage of warnings yesterday (17 June) that it risked being forced out of the eurozone and left without support if it failed to strike a swift aid-for-reforms deal with its creditors […]”.

Renzi, Valls and the left’s immigration dilemma (EurActiv): As Italy’s immigration crisis intensifies, leading to a diplomatic stand-off between Rome and France, the two countries’ center-left premiers highlights the immigration dilemma of the Left, writes Alessio Postiglione […]”.

Uk preparing in case Greece exits the euro (NewEurope): The United Kingdom is busy planning for the “serious economic risks” posed by a Greek default and a possible exit from the euro. British Chancellor George Osborne said the government is taking “all steps” to protect Britain, according to The Guardian […]”.

Trade agreements: how to ensure they comply with EU data protection rules (EuropeanParliamentNews): “Data forms an integral part of international trade as they are used to improve services and products, however it remains important that people’s personal data are not abused. The international trade and civil liberties committees held a hearing on 16 June to discuss how to reconcile the need for data protection with trade agreements that boost business in the EU, an issue that has gained in importance due to the upcoming reform of EU data protection rules […]”.

 

 

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