Neuland interviews: How the parties feel about digitization


In the Neuland interviews by c’t and heise online, we talk to the six parties represented in the Bundestag about their program for the Bundestag election. In the interviews, each lasting around an hour, the digital policy spokespersons answer questions on digital policy issues: How do you intend to drive the expansion of broadband and 5G? Who can participate in the European GAIA-X cloud? Will students be taught by AI programs in the future? Do the police and the Office for the Protection of the Constitution keep security gaps open for state Trojans? And what exactly is this blockchain that start-ups and investors are cheering about?

We recorded the interviews over the past two weeks and publish one conversation every day. It starts on Monday with the CDU’s digital policy spokesman, Tankred Schipanski. This is followed by interviews with the SPD, the Greens, the FDP, the Left and the AFD. At the end of the interview series, editors from c’t and heise speak online on Sunday, September 5th, about the statements of the parties.

Kristina Beer (heise online) and Hartmut Gieselmann (c’t) question the digital political spokesmen of the parties in the Neuland interviews about the election programs.

In the current issue 19/2021, the c’t magazin is devoted to the digitization plans of the federal parties in a focus on the federal election. The editorial team provides extensive analyzes and evaluations of the digital political programs of the six major parties.

In c’t 19/2021 we build a tailor-made server, compare 60 processors in our large CPU guide and dedicate ourselves to the upcoming federal election: How do the parties feel about data protection, surveillance and digital sovereignty? Also in the booklet: Make cheap international calls with the Fritzbox, manage hotspots with OpenWRT and import PDF tables into Excel. You will find issue 19/2021 from August 27th in Heise shop and at the well-stocked newspaper kiosk.


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