Law and Policy of Digital Services - DNT107

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Acquire the know-how and skills necessary to advise companies and administrations on their legal obligations relating to digital services Understand the recent legal developments of e-commerce Know the rules relating to online content moderation Know the rules relating to liability of intermediaries Understand the rules on competition in the digital markets Learn about the penalties for violating the rules on digital services
Since the early 2000s, the European Union has unfold a wide range of measures to stimulate and foster the development of the European digital market. Its strategy has recently accelerated, and the Union is becoming a “model” for digital regulation, a trend sometimes referred to as the “Brussels effect”.
This course offers several advantages for professionals. Participants will be able to gain in-depth knowledge of the latest European and national digital regulations. When discussing societal challenges brought by new technologies, professionals will thrive to develop critical thinking on the possibilities and pitfalls of any regulatory responses. Over the course, professionals will be learning how the law currently regulates digital services, in particular the rules relating to the liability of platforms, their due diligence obligations and the rules on moderation of online content (Digital Services Act, rules on the removal of terrorist content, Fake News Act) as well as those relating to competition in the online environment (Digital Markets Act). At the end of this course, professionals will be able to advise companies and administrations on the policy and legal aspects relating to digital services.

The course is primarily based on lectures but participants will be encouraged to engage in class discussions and small groups exercises. Participants will have to prepare at home a brief paper on a topic relating to the course.


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