Join EuroISPA for our upcoming “DSA in Focus” online panel discussion, entitled Liability of intermediaries, on Wednesday 29 September 2021 at 16:00-17:30 CEST. This is the fourth in a series of six events running until the end of 2021, in which we will be exploring and debating the main aspects of the Digital Services Act with policy experts. To secure a spot, please register here.
After our three first events, which focused on notice and action procedures, measures going beyond content removal and reporting obligations and transparency, our fourth panel discussion will examine the intermediary liability framework in the DSA.
Our panellists will address the DSA articles on own-initiative investigations, limited liability, no general monitoring, etc. They will debate the objectives of these measures, practical challenges for implementation, and possible ways forward.
As the EU co-legislators are intensifying discussions on the DSA, this event will provide an opportunity for an exchange of ideas between policymakers, civil society, and industry representatives.
- Introductory remarks and moderation: Ms Alexandra Laffitte, President of EuroISPA
- Round-table discussion with:
- MEP Patrick Breyer, Rapporteur for the LIBE Opinion on the DSA
- Ms Christina Angelopoulos, Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at the University of Cambridge
- Mr Malcolm Hutty, Chair of EuroISPA’s Intermediary Liability Committee
- Industry speaker (TBC)
- Q&A with audience
- Closing remarks
Don’t miss out, secure a spot here!
The “DSA in focus” series kicked off with a first session on the new notice and action regime, followed by a second session on measures going beyond content removal and, a third one on Reporting obligations and transparency. To end the series, we will host two further sessions in October and November. Don’t miss them! More information is available on our dedicated website page.