ETNODigital: European 5G sentiment survey, new consumer agenda and lots of digital events!
8 October 2020 - Edition no.213
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POLICY

ETNO-GSMA position paper on the New Consumer Agenda

ETNO - 6 October 2020

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Study sounds alarm on 5G fake news, EU needs to promote benefits

Reuters - 1 october 2020

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EU Parliament votes for 60% carbon emissions cut by 2030

Euractiv - 7 October 2020

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France to introduce legal protection for YouTube child stars

politico - 7 OCTOBER 2020

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Wanted: a positive trade agenda for Europe

EURACTIV - 6 OCTOBER 2020

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Better late than never: French 5G spectrum auction completes

Total Telcom – 2 october 2020

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Member states risk ‘breaching EU law’ in 5G delays

EURACTIV – 1 october 2020

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Focus on

New 5G Survey ACROSS EUROPE

Europeans are positive about 5G, they believe it will improve their user experience and intend to deploy it to empower their own business. However, there is evidence that disinformation is having some traction and that citizens are eager to see more, and better, communication on 5G from their governments. 

The results of the survey by leading global market research consultant IPSOS for ETNO come just two weeks since the latest European Commission recommendation on 5G, which calls for Member States to step up their efforts to facilitate network roll-out. IPSOS found that virtually all Europeans (96%) are aware of 5G, with 1 in 4 declaring that they know the technology “very well”. There are also major age differences, with younger generations (<34 y.o.) being more informed than older ones.

Discover the full findings of our new pan-European 5G sentiment survey based on interviews with over 7.000 citizens across 23 European countries, including major markets such as Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the UK.

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5g and healthcare | CONNECT university

5G is expected to have a positive impact on healthcare industry, boosting innovation for better diagnoses and treatments and enabling major advances for numerous healthcare use cases. Easing the transfer for large MRI files, improving the remote patient monitoring and virtual care, using augmented reality in medical education and training, are only few key advantages.

Join this CONNECT University session and discover how 5G could help hospitals and health systems do better.

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Reports

Cyber Information Sharing: Building Collective Security

WORLD ECONOMIC FORUM – OCTOBER 2020


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EU start-up calculator: impact of COVID-19 on aggregate employment 

EUROPEAN COMMISSION – OCTOBER  2020

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Facts & Figures

The World's largest climate tech hubs

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@ETNOAssociation

The #EUTaxonomy must be suitable for all industries and establish a reliable basis for investment and incentives to constantly improve the energy efficiency of deployed technology. Read our suggestions here: bit.ly/2SyH6C1
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@orange_brussels

#CyberSecMonth The revised #NIS Directive should: Cover hardware & software vendors, Ensure consistency with other legislative instruments & better harmonisation in the EU. To know more on the @orange views on this: oran.ge/3cXUI38
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@ETNOASSOCIATION

Today, @LiseFuhr joined Ministers, industry and the @EU_Commission’s @ViolaRoberto to discuss what is needed to realise connected and automated driving in Europe in the ministerial meeting of @FinGovernment #CAD #ConnectedDriving
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@LiseFuhr

How do Europeans perceive 5G & what is their attitude towards it? The latest #5GSurvey by @IPSOS for @ETNOAssociation shows that virtually all Europeans (96%) are aware of 5G, with 1 in 4 knowing the technology “very well”. Major age differences exist: bit.ly/34oHR6q
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@ETNOASSOCIATION

We have witnessed many good practices both in terms of cost reduction and #spectrum assignment, but there are still barriers & factors that slow down roll-out of #digital #infrastructure across the EU. Building next generation #connectivity for Europe is now: bit.ly/3n8o1Vl
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@DSMeu

What the #EU does on 5G? 🔎Will 5G deployment pose more #health risks? #5G tech will bring super-fast connections reaching almost everywhere, improve service & enable an array of new technologies. More bit.ly/Twds5G FAQ Bit.ly/5GFAQ #DigitalEU
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TECH

U.S. lawmakers detail Big Tech's market abuses and press for strict reform

reuters - 7 october 2020

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Cambridge Analytica sought to use Facebook data to predict partisanship for voter targeting, UK investigation confirms

TechCrunch - 6 october 2020

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Facebook broadens crackdown on QAnon

POLITICO - 6 OCTOBER 2020

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Telco transformation: The time for innovation is now

Total Telcom - 5 October 2020

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AI Could Help Find Cheaper and Smarter Ways to Raise Fish

WALL STREET JOURNAL - 30 SEPTEMBER 2020

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Events
OCTOBER
GLOBSEC,
7 – 8 OCTOBER 2020, VIRTUAL EVENT

GLOBSEC 2020

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ETNO,
13 OCTOBER 2020, VIRTUAL EVENT

5G Users Forum: Empowering EU Smart Manufacturing

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BROADBAND WORLD FORUM,
13 – 15 OCTOBER 2020, VIRTUAL EVENT

CONNECTING A BETTER WORLD Intersecting Technology, Application and Aspiration for a Broadband Enabled Future

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CENTRE ON REGULATION IN EUROPE,
14 OCTOBER 2020, VIRTUAL EVENT

How can Artificial Intelligence protect consumers?

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CAPACITY,
19 - 22 OCTOBER 2020, VIRTUAL EVENT

Capacity Europe 2020

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FT-ETNO,
26 OCTOBER 2020, VIRTUAL EVENT

THE STATE OF THE DIGITAL UNION: THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN BUILDING EUROPE'S RECOVERY

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TOTAL TELECOM,
27 – 28 OCTOBER 2020, LONDON

TOTAL TELECOM CONGRESS

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NOVEMBER
FORUM EUROPE,
12 November 2020, VIRTUAL EVENT

Europe IN THE DIGITAL AGE

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