Senior Director, European Government Affairs, Responsible Tech & Competition, Microsoft
J. Scott Marcus
Director, Telecommunications, Transport and Postal Services Department, The Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM)
Member of the European Parliament,
There has been an avalanche of EU digital policies proposed or enacted over the past two years, from competition to data access. How are these policies supposed to work together? The UK has established a cross-agency body (the DRCF) to try to coordinate digital policy across competition, telecommunications, media, while the Netherlands has established a similar body (the SDT) to coordinate across telecommunications, media, privacy and more. There is no obvious counterpart at EU level. How can coordinated, joined-up policy best be achieved for other new and existing measures such as the Digital Services Act (DSA), the Data Act, the Artificial Intelligence Act, and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)?
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