About this Blog

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Welcome to the EU Policy Blog, Microsoft Brussels’ platform for providing insights on the issues that impact Europe’s future in the digital age. This is a forum to discuss the latest trends, research and regulatory developments which are shaping how European citizens, businesses, governments and societies use technology to achieve more every day.

Our goal is to contribute to a broader debate around the issues that matter for Europe’s digital future – whether that’s boosting digital skills amongst European youth or laying out our commitments to data privacy and security. We hope you enjoy these opinions and we invite you to share your thoughts with the Microsoft EU policy team on Twitter and stay up to date with relevant conversations by following #tech4EU.

 
Key contributors to this blog


John Frank
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John Frank is Vice President EU Government Affairs and is leading the Microsoft Brussels office. Prior to this role he was Vice President and Deputy General Counsel, leading the Digital Trust and Security group.
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Cornelia Kutterer
is Director of Digital Policy for Microsoft EMEA, focusing on issues related to the digital economy, the single market, and connectivity, as well as media and consumer laws.
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Sylvie J. Laffarge
is Director of Citizenship Europe. She leads Microsoft’s YouthSpark and Technology for Good efforts across Europe and drives alignment with European public policy priorities around issues related to youth, employment, digital skills, entrepreneurship and CSR.
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Mark Lange
is Director of EU Institutional Relations. He works on policy issues relating to cloud computing, privacy, security and data governance in the European Union.
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Jan Neutze
is Director of Cybersecurity Policy for Microsoft EMEA, responsible for cybersecurity policy matters in EMEA.
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Adina Braha-Honciuc
is Government Affairs Manager leading Microsoft’s Accessibility, Sustainability and Environment Policy for Europe.

 

How to contact our office in Brussels

 

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Twitter: @MicrosoftEU

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