Webinar: 1 July 2021.
The Digital Trade Integration project aims to launch a network on digital trade which will work on the creation of (1) digital trade restrictions and (2) an index of digital trade integration. Digital trade has risen to the top of the international policy agenda given its sharp increase over the past decade and the sensitivity arising from related issues such as privacy, cybersecurity, freedom of expression, censorship, hate speech and disinformation.
These policies are potentially restrictive for digital trade and include regimes for intermediary liability, restrictions on data ﬂows and data processing, requirements to provide access to source code and other IPR-related policies, and requirements for online payments.
Professor Jane Drake-Brockman (TIISA Director) was a co-speaker as part of session 1 “Presentation of CIVICA members and partners”.
For each topic, there was a 5 minute presentation and 15 minute open discussion. Based on the discussion, a policy-brief will be prepared highlighting the main issues that deserve further discussion as part of the CIVICA project.
Please click the links below to download or read more information:
Danielle Flonk – Think Piece “Content Control”
Data Flows – Assessing Restrictions