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#28c3: Hack the EU or why politics should take note of a hacker congress

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Yesterday, I’ve found my way to the Chaos Communication Congress 2011 in Berlin to take a look “Behind enemy lines” at a congress bringing together German and international hackers of all kind (note: most talks are on Youtube). At first sight, such a meeting does not seem to be relevant for the political sphere, in particular […]

Tobacco and a public consultation: NGOs versus NGOs

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England Expects has written a blog post titled “Citizens versus NGOs“, quoting the summary of reponses of government agencies, NGOs and individual contributions from the recently published “Report on the public consultation on the possible revision of the Tobacco Products Directive (2001/37/EC)“. With the majority of individual contributions (~82,000 in total) being against more restrictive measures against […]

Scientific recursion: When the object reflects on its researcher

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It’s kind of funny when the lobbyist reflects on the political scientist’s reflections on lobbyism. This is what public affairs professional James, formerly based in the Brussels bubble and now in Washington, has just done on his blog, discussing a paper by Dr. Heike Klüver on lobby influences in the EU.

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