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The world of tech is fast-paced, and policymakers have to keep up with an increasing number of stakeholders, and innovations in need of regulation to ensure Europe remains a frontrunner. Brussels has come up with an array of legislation regulating Big Tech, digital markets and services and everything AI to counteract. Has the bloc done enough and is it “fit for the digital age”? 


A few months ahead of elections in Europe and the U.S., what is the bloc’s tech legacy? Regaining interest in artificial intelligence and connectivity infrastructure through a newly proposed “Digital Networks Act”, what next steps does the bloc need to achieve to stay in the global race? It is also left with confronting questions on its security and an increased polarization of the political debate in the current geopolitical context

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16 April 2024


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