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Recommendation CM/Rec(2014)6 of the Committee of Ministers to member States on a Guide to human rights for Internet users

This declaration comes as the human rights organisation launches a guide detailing information on how internet users across Europe can better understand their rights online and what they can do if they feel these rights are challenged. The guide covers topics such as freedom of expression and information, freedom of assembly, association and participation, privacy and data protection.

"Workplace of the Future, A view from European youth"

An research study on what young Europeans think about the future workplace. The research was carried out on young people from EU28 countries whom were asked a series of questions on their thoughts for a future workplace. Not published yet the detailed results, but a summary of them could be found in some online publications

Global flows in the Digital age 

The movement of goods and services, finance, and people has reached previously unimagined levels. Global flows are creating new degrees of connectedness among economies—and playing an ever-larger role in determining the fate of nations, companies, and individuals. To be unconnected is to fall behind. This report of McKensey establishes a ranking of the countries better coonected to the global flows.

Global Information Technology Report 

This year marks the 13th edition of the Global Information Technology Report, which provides a comprehensive assessment of networked readiness, or how prepared an economy is to apply the benefits of information and communications technology (ICT) to promote economic growth and well-being. Using updated methodology that was introduced in 2012, the report ranks the progress of 148 economies in leveraging ICT to increase productivity, economic growth and the number of quality jobs.

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