From Net Neutrality to the Right To Be Forgotten: Where Does the EU Stand?
The European digital single market: where goods, people, services, and capital can circulate freely. Where citizens, companies, and public agencies can use and provide digital goods and services without problems and under fair conditions. But no unified intellectual-property law is yet in place, the right to be forgotten has been only partially implemented, and net neutrality remains a deeply controversial topic. What does the commissioner for digital economy and society have to say about this?
Günther Oettinger, European Commissioner for Digital Economy and Society
Ingrid Scheithauer, Journalist, Moderator and Consultant