Alexandra Geese in Bonn

On the way
to the future

As we move towards a digital future, I want to ensure that no one is left behind. Only if we involve as many different social groups as possible in the development of artificial intelligence and algorithms will the digital world become fairer.

 

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25.November 2021

My assessment of the Council’s position on the DSA

We urgently need strict rules concerning the transparency of large platforms in Europe.

30.April 2021

“Open Letter” to the Commission – No AI for Gender Recognition in the EU!

In an “Open Letter” to the EU Commission, I call for a red line to be drawn opposing all systems that involve the recognition of gender, sexual orientation or characteristics such as ethnicity, state of health or disability.

16.April 2021

“Open Letter” to the Commission – No AI for Gender Recognition in the EU!

In an “Open Letter” to the EU Commission, I call for a red line to be drawn opposing all systems that involve the recognition of gender, sexual orientation or characteristics such as ethnicity, state of health or disability.

7.April 2021

The new women’s movement for a fair economy

Women in Europe can achieve a lot together – Italian women have shown us how.

4.March 2021

The Three Question Marks Behind Google’s Announcement

Google’s announcement is the company’s attempt to save its image and cement its monopoly. It reinforces my determination that in Europe, we should put an end to the abusive business of targeting advertisement altogether

2.March 2021

The DSA: Part #06 – Effective, uniform reporting procedure for illegal content

An EU-wide, harmonised reporting channel (Notice and Action) would offer users, civil society, journalists and fact checkers an effective option for combating illegal content.

21.January 2021

The DSA: Part #05 – Social Media Councils: Power to the people!

Who actually decides which people can publish their opinions on social networks? Neither companies nor governments can be entrusted with these difficult considerations. It is up to civil society.

15.December 2020

Commission proposal for the Digital Services Act first step to stop manipulative business model

The EU Commission makes many good proposals in the DSA, but it is questionable whether they will solve the underlying problem.

14.December 2020

How Europe is reconquering the digital marketplace

With strong rules and transparent mechanisms, we can change the digital world for good and strengthen the fundamental rights of EU citizens.

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