Information Today Europe eNews

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Featured Articles

Marydee Ojala joined hundreds of others 'fishing for treasure in the information lake' in Prague.

The issue of net neutrality has been rumbling around in the US for some time now, but in Europe the debate has been quieter. Ian Clark on why that might be about to change.

Featured News

The Belgian privacy commission is taking Facebook to court.

Regulatory concerns means Moments won't be rolled out to Europe.

French privacy watchdog and others believe right to be forgotten should be extended.

Book formed part of evidence to support Henry VIII's annulment from Catherine of Aragon.

Call for nominations to the 2016 UK Register now open.

InfoToday Europe Blog

Many professionals and senior level executives are still ignoring the potential value of social media - at their peril.

Bank of England's plans leaked in autocomplete incident; Millennials and DNA passwords.

Four new national coalitions for digital jobs to be launched in Belgium, Cyprus, the Netherlands and the UK as the EU continues its drive to tackle Europe's digital skills deficit.

Press Releases

IFLA/Brill Open Access Award 2015 Goes to DOAB

IFLA/Brill Open Access Award 2015 Goes to DOAB

Bookings now open & full programme announced - MMIT Conference 2015

We are delighted to announce the full programme is now available to view and that bookings are now open at our Eventbrite page. The event will take place in Sheffield from 14th-15th September.