Andrus Ansip: 'I hate geoblocking' (Photo: epp group)


'You can't use 18th century law for a digital world'

Andrus Ansip is serious about all things digital. He has just voted online in the Estonian parliamentary elections, quotes tech media and is up with what journalists write on Twitter.

As a vice-president of the EU commission, Ansip is in charge of establishing a "digital single market", which should bring down regulatory barriers and reduce costs for online businesses, services and customers in the EU.

Unlike many of his colleagues who still bring big paper folders to the EU commi...

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