Unpacking the European Commission’s Proposals Digital markets players in the European Economic Area (EEA) potentially face new regulation to deliver greater competition and innovation for the use of data, while protecting consumers’ rights. Social networks, search engines and e-commerce sites are just some of the digital platforms that will likely be most affected by these… [Read More]
‘Fair remuneration’ to address power of digital platforms The Australian government will introduce a binding code, designed to address the power imbalance between news media businesses and digital platforms, says telecompaper. The ‘News Media and Digital Platforms Mandatory Bargaining Code’ code establishes a negotiating framework enabling parties to bargain in good faith and reach binding agreements. If… [Read More]
Summary Report IIC Workshop: Understanding Regulatory Powers and Legislation in Times of Pandemic, 3 June 2020 Learn more here.
If you missed our Webinar on the 17th June you can watch it below.
Governing AI in AustraliaIs there a case for regulation? 6pm – 8pmWednesday, 30 October 2019Kindly hosted by Herbert Smith Freehills The dawn of intelligent robots. Clouds and deep-learning machines. Big data and black-box algorithms. Artificial intelligence could upend every aspect of our lives. For one billion people with disability in the world, technology can transform… [Read More]
Harnessing telecommunications, media and technology to make our own luck 21 August 2019Hosted by Gilbert + Tobin Lawyers, Sydney As superfast broadband, 5G, Artificial Intelligence and the Internet of Things usher in the Fourth Industrial Revolution, governments around the world are recognising the strategic importance of the creative industries. The creative industries are fast growing,… [Read More]