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ISSUE 2 / 2022

EU INTERNET STRATEGY
  • Next Generation Internet consultation report summarising consultation results
# TRANSATLANTIC PRIVACY
  • Transatlantic Data Privacy Framework: EU-US Joint Statement
  • Bitkom zur politischen Einigung über eine Neuauflage des Privacy Shield
# TOP-LEVEL DOMAINS
  • Digital Decade Futurium Community and Living-in.EU: Digital Decade for Regions & Cities
  • NIS Cooperation Group’s Technical Guideline: Security Measures for Top-Level-Domain Name Registries
# ICANN
  • ICANN Launches the Special Interest Forum on Technology Discussion Platform
  • ICANN Hosts Webinar on UN and ITU Discussions Affecting the Internet on 12 April 2022
  • ICANN Expands DNSTICR to Monitor Terms Related to Russia-Ukraine War
  • ICANN Allocates Emergency Financial Support for Continued Access to the Internet
  • ICANN Request for Proposal: Top-Level Domain Operating Model Study
  • Improving Access to ICANN’s Government Engagement Content
  • ICANN Publishes Paper on How Quantum Computing Will Affect the DNS in the Future
# IETF
  • New Independent Submissions Editor looks for interoperability, continuous improvement
# DATA ACT
  • Data governance: why is the EU data sharing law important?
  • CEPS: The Data Act: six impossible things before breakfast?
# DMA/DSA
  • Summary on the Digital Services Act (DSA): EU deal for a transparent and safe online environment (24/4/2022)
  • ACT welcomes political DSA agreement
  • Digital Services Act: Deal for a transparent and safe online environment
  • Digital Services Act: EU Council and Parliament reach provisional agreement for making the internet a safer space for European citizens
  • EU Commission welcomes political agreement on rules ensuring a safe and accountable online environment – 23/4/2022
  • EU Parliament explainer: EU Digital Markets Act and Digital Services Act – 4/4/2022
  • EU Commission welcomes political agreement on rules to ensure fair and open digital markets – 25/3/2022
  • Remarks by Executive Vice-President Vestager for the political agreement on the Digital Markets Act
  • EU Council: Digital Markets Act (DMA): agreement between the Council and the European Parliament
  • Staatssekretär Giegold: „Mehr Fairness und Wettbewerb auf digitalen Märkten“
  • EU Parliament: Deal on Digital Markets Act: EU rules to ensure fair competition and more choice for users
  • EU-Abgeordneter Schwab (EVP/CDU) zur Trilog-Einigung zum Digital Markets Act (DMA)
  • Interoperability of messaging services – a game changer for European citizens thanks to the S&Ds
  • Finaler Endspurt für faire digitale Märkte – Europa-SPD zu Verhandlungen über das digitale Grundgesetz
  • DMA: Renew Europe secured key elements of the interinstitutional agreement
  • ECR Group backs efforts to deliver competitive digital markets in Europe
  • EU makes a bold step towards fair competition in the digital sector – BusinessEurope
  • Media sector welcomes political agreement on the Digital Markets Act
  • European press publishers have high expectations on the Digital Markets Act to contribute to the sustainability of independent, vibrant and innovative media in Europe
# EU COMMISSION
  • Open data: EU Commission urges Belgium, Bulgaria, Czechia, Croatia, Hungary, Latvia, The Netherlands, Austria, Slovakia, and Sweden to enact EU rules on open data and the reuse of public sector information – 7/4/2022
# EU PARLIAMENT
  • DRAFT REPORT on the proposal for a decision of the European Parliament and of the Council establishing the 2030 Policy Programme “Path to the Digital Decade” – 7/3/2022
# EU MEMBER STATES
– GERMANY
  • State Secretary Giegold expects “more fairness and competition in digital markets” as EU adopts new code of conduct for large digital companies – 25/3/2022
  • Bundesrat fordert stärkere Reglementierung Sozialer Medien – 8/4/2022
# EU FUNDING
– DIGITAL EUROPE
  • Final online information and matchmaking day for Digital Europe Programme calls on sectorial TEFs – 7/3/2022
# THINK TANKS & RESEARCH
– FLORENCE SCHOOL OF REGULATION
  • Data sharing as an avenue for more sustainability
  • Data analytics and data sharing in collaborative and cross-sectoral regulation: a survey of challenges
  • Intermediaries do matter: voluntary standards and the Right to Data Portability
  • EU Data Strategy
  • Latest publications by the Florence School of Regulation
  • Data Cooperatives in Europe: A Legal and Empirical Investigation
  • Internet of Things and the Governance of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence
  • Liability rules as antitrust remedies for digital platforms
  • Data utility’ as an enabler of data spaces? The circular economy as a case study
  • Non-Personal Data in the Electricity Sector: a Key Asset for Private Companies and Public Authorities
  • Governing Data Intermediaries – The Data Governance Act: Principles, Frictions, and Perspectives
  • Regulation of Data-driven Market Power in the Digital Economy
  • Data sharing in search for sovereignty: the case of the European Cloud
# STAKEHOLDERS
– CIRCLE ID
  • Evolving From an Internet Registry to IoT Registry – 13/4/2022
  • The Unprecedented Role of the Internet in the War in Ukraine – 11/4/2022
– CISA
  • Russian State-Sponsored and Criminal Cyber Threats to Critical Infrastructure – CISA – 20/4/2022
– MEDIA ASSOCIATIONS
  • Media sector welcomes political agreement on the Digital Markets Act
– CER
  • Will the Digital Services Act save Europe from disinformation? – 21/4/2022
– SWP
  • Die digitale Souveränität der EU ist umstritten: Warum die EU dennoch im EU-US-Handels- und ‑Technologie­rat auf den Brüssel-Effekt setzen sollte – 12/4/2022
– BEUC
  • Digital Services Act must go full mile to better protect consumers, not take half-measures – 21/4/2022
  • BEUC to hold panel at major data protection conference on 24 May – 19/4/2022
# COMPANIES
– META/FACEBOOK
  • ITU on Metaverse 2030: Experiencing the SDGs in virtual reality
# OTHER COUNTRIES
– USA
  • Celebrating 50 Years of Cybersecurity at NIST! 7/3/2022

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