Whilst some may view these pieces of legislation as a step forward in promoting innovation for the benefit of society, others argue that the EU will not be able to balance tech sovereignty and data protection with open markets and free trade, especially for companies based in the USA. Is the industry prepared to manage these volumes of data? Are current business models ready for these new digital rules? What are the potential problems with data sharing and processing? Can the EU find a model to incentivise secure data sharing for companies? Are the EU, its companies, and its citizens, data-ready?
To discuss these and other questions the German Economic Institute and the European Liberal Forum cordially invite you to their Panel discussion “Is the EU ready for the data economy?” on 10th of February 2022, from 11h-12h30, on Zoom.
Morten Lokkegaard, MEP, Renew Europe Group (tbc)
Federico Milani, Deputy Head of Unit “Data Policy and Innovation” in DG CNECT, European Commission
Dr. Vera Demary, Head of Digitisation Research at German Economic Institute
Siada El Ramly, Director General, Dot Europe (tbc)
Moderated by Dr Antonios Nestoras, European Liberal Forum
11.00 Welcome by German Economic Institute
11.05 Panel discussion
12.05 Q&A with the audience
12.20 Closing remarks by European Liberal Forum
12.30 End of event
Please register for this event via this Link. The access link will be sent to you shortly before the event.