Tag: European Commission
The European Commission has launched a new initiative in which it outlines its vision and strategic actions relating to Web 4.0 and virtual worlds.
The European Commission has issued an adequacy decision regarding the EU US Data Privacy Framework
The European Union has adopted a European Declaration on Digital Rights and Principles for the Digital Decade. The declaration sets out a number of principles that are intended to set the stage for ensuring a people-centred digital transformation in the EU.
The European Commission recently published two proposals to adapt liability rules to the digital age, circular economy and the impact of global value chains: one that revises the Product Liability Directive (‘revised PLD’) and another one that introduces an extra-contractual liability regime for AI systems (‘AI Liability Directive’).
The European Commission presents its strategy to strengthen the European standardisation system.
The European Commission proposed a Data Act. This act includes e.g. new rules on B2C and B2B data sharing (use, access and portability) and B2G data sharing.
On 18 June 2021, the European Data Protection Board (EDPB) and the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) issued a joint opinion on the proposal for an AI Regulation. This blog post discusses some of the findings by Jenny Bergholm.
The 2030 Digital Compass will pursue a human-centric, sustainable vision for digital society throughout the next decade to empower citizens and businesses
Artificial intelligence (AI) is a key driver of economic development. Although the use of AI has benefits for a variety of sectors, legal challenges remain. A reccurring topic is the liability for damage caused by AI-systems. An overview of initiatives undertaken by various EU institutions.