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Europe’s digital vulnerability adds to financial woes




Richard Werly, Associate at the EU Centre, has written an op-ed for the Bangkok Post on 4 July 2013 on Europe’s “digital vulnerability” – the EU’s inability to protect its Brussels premises from being bugged, to the fact that most of Europe’s data (private and public, personal and financial) is stored in US-based or controlled “clouds”, all of which Werly argues will undermine its entire effort to enforce its future regulations, to control its financial sector, and to wield international influence.