Workshops y eventos

Ejemplo CAN REGULATION SAVE THE INTERNET?

Workshop concept note

 

The internet was once widely perceived as a space for innovation overseen by little to no traditional regulation. However, this paradigm is increasingly being questioned by figures from across government, the private sector, and wider society – who argue in favour of adequate regulation to mitigate the harmful effects of the internet. But what should this regulation look like? Who is responsible for implementing it? It is with this in mind that the European Council on Foreign Relations in collaboration with Telefonica launched a series of workshops in London, Berlin, Washington, Brussels and Madrid to debate these questions with stakeholders. 

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A view from London Can regulation save the Internet?

A view from London

 

Within the framework of the agreement signed between the European Council of Foreign Relations (ECFR) and Telefónica, a seminar was held in London that brought together more than twenty leading experts from the UK government, academia, civil society, platforms and the private sector to identify the key issues in Internet regulation and identify possible solutions, based on the UK experience.

> Don't miss the conclusions of the London debate

 

 

 

A view from BerlinCan regulation save the Internet?

A view from Berlin

 

Within the framework of the agreement signed between the European Council of Foreign Relations (ECFR) and Telefónica, a seminar was held in Berlin that brought together more than twenty leading experts from the German government, academia, civil society, platforms and the private sector to identify the key issues in Internet regulation and identify possible solutions, based on the German experience.

> Don't miss the conclusions of the German debate

 

 

 

The EU as a digital regulatory superpowerThe EU as a digital regulatory superpower

Implications for the United States

 

Within the framework of the agreement signed between the European Council of Foreign Relations (ECFR) and Telefónica, a seminar was held in London that brought together more than twenty leading experts from government, academia, civil society, platforms and the private sector met in Washington to analyse the implications of European Union regulation in the United States and to assess whether a common transatlantic vision can be achieved in the digital field.

> Don't miss the conclusions of the Washington debate