We are expert in European digital regulation and guide businesses through the complexities of the EU’s rapidly evolving regulatory environment.
Europe is one of the world’s largest internal market - with our focus on digital regulation for online platforms, social media and emerging technologies (AI, automation, AR/VR etc.) we keep you up-to-date with the EU’s digital agenda, latest impacting European legislation and implications of Brexit for the industry.
In this episode, Erika Barros will tell us about her transition from lawyer to policy advisor, the tremendous legislative changes affecting the online world and how essential understanding new digital policies will be for online businesses to remain relevant in the internet 2.0
In this episode, the head of our Brexit task force Andy Hood and I will tell you (a) what is happening in the world of Brexit, (b) how to prepare your business (whether we have a deal or not) and (c) the potential impact of Brexit on the Tech industry.
In this episode, we will discuss the current consultation of the EU’s Digital Services Act which will impact the liability regime of online intermediaries and update current safety rules for digital platforms. Your time to have your say and shape the internet!
How to design privacy compliant AI products to keep on track for the European market! In this episode Rob Fett and I will tell you about the recent UK’s privacy guidance on AI and how to integrate it to your AI development processes and policies.
In this 8th episode, we will discuss the European Union’s vision for Artificial Intelligence and review the policy and regulatory objectives of the EC’s White Paper on AI. We will also consider how these new requirements (once they become law) may affect the industry at a global level.
In this episode, my guest Annabelle Gold-Caution and I will discuss the fairly recent challenges caused by the availability of user uploaded news, content and information on the internet. Unlike other episodes, we will take a step back from the actual legislation and consider the problem and whose responsibility it should be to fix it. Platforms, legislators or us, listeners?
In this episode, my guest Emily Parris and I will discuss the current state of play of the EU and UK social media regulation efforts, who should comply and what needs to be done to prepare for the incoming changes.
In this episode, my colleague Dr Kuan Hon and I will discuss the new Platform 2 Business (P2B) Regulation which become applicable on July 12 2020.
We will go through its extraterritorial scope, who is impacted and how to comply.