The Tech.eu podcast hosted by Natalie Novick and Andrii Degeler is a show in which we discuss some of the most interesting stories from the European technology scene and interview leading entrepreneurs and investors from across the region.
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On this episode, we discuss the following topics:
The European Parliament has passed the copyright directive, which contains the infamous Article 11, aka the link tax, and Article 13, aka the upload filter and the meme killer.
- The Copyright Directive
- Data mining: why the EU’s proposed copyright measures get it wrong
- EU copyright reform will spell disaster for sports fans
- Everything you need to know about Europe’s new copyright directive
What’s next for the EU’s grant schemes for entrepreneurs and researchers: an interview with the director of EASME Julien Guerrier.
French travel platform Evaneos has picked up €70 million in a Series D funding round led by Partech. This is the largest deal we tracked last week.
How is TomTom doing? An interview with Corinne Vigreux, co-founder of TomTom and founder of Codam.nl.
Google and the EU are fighting the possibility of expanding the “right to be forgotten” globally.
Events coming up in Europe:
- Angel Island, Amsterdam
- Lviv IT Arena
- France Digitale Day, Paris
- Oslo Innovation Week
- Cybertech Europe, Rome
Recommendations from Natalie and Andrii
- Hedge, a book by Nicolas Colin of the Family
- The Copenhagen Catalog
- How An International Hacker Network Turned Stolen Press Releases Into $100 Million
- Darknet Diaries Podcast
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