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EIF Report Looks at Transatlantic Digital Transformation

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A new report from the European Internet Forum (EIF) has been published, looking at the future of transatlantic digital transformation. The report considers the views of EIF members in both Europe and the United States, making recommendations on five priority areas, including the future of work.

Highlighting the significance of digital transformation for the future of work, the report states that, “Failure to recognise and address the work-related consequences of digitally-driven transformation threatens to undermine public and political support for trade and market integration on both sides of the Atlantic and globally.”

The EIF is a network of political and industry stakeholders with an interest in digital transformation. It is non-partisan and led by political members, who are all Members of the European Parliament, with membership also open to businesses and organisations.

The full report can be downloaded from the website of the EIF.

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