In January the European Parliament is voting upon DSA & DMA which is considered one of the biggest legislative packages.
In January the European Parliament is voting upon DSA & DMA which is considered one of the biggest legislative attempts to coordinate EU rules for digital markets and services. Both of these are essential because they will give people more control over what they see online. Given its importance, we will be looking at the topic of digitalisation through different lenses, by asking different experts’ for diverse opinions regarding the matter and will share it with you in our upcoming events, video summaries, and publications. To kick start, check out the video about the ‘Brussels Effect’ Digitalisation and the Future of Transatlantic Relations below, and if interested you can read the full publication by the Head of Policy and Research at ELF Antonios Nestoras.
Furthermore, we have recently hosted an event on Twitter Spaces together with Benedikt Blomeyer, Victoria de Posson, and Ivars Ijabs where we discussed the DSA package, specifically touching upon privacy vs transparency topic. In case you missed it, you have a chance to check out the recording on our Twitter page via this link.
On February 10, we will host another event in collaboration with German Economic Institute where we will talk about tech sovereignty and data protection. Moreover, speaking about the digitalisation topic, in our first On The Agenda event of the year, on 25 February, we will discuss how can tech revolutionalise European agriculture. If interested, you can register via this link.
On top of these, we have also published a new blog post by Ricardo Silvestre, where he speaks about The new Digital Service Act and the protection of freedom and rights in the digital public square. You can read it here.
Also, check out the first Thoughtbite of the year with MEP Sandro Gozi where he speaks about data economy and governance in Europe.