DSA in Focus: Implementation, Extra-territorial application and Enforcement
Join EuroISPA for our upcoming “DSA in Focus” online panel discussion, entitled Implementation, extra-territorial application and enforcement of the DSA. The event will take place on Thursday, 2 December from 17:00 to 18:30 CET. This is the fifth in a series of six events running until January 2022, 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 first four events, which focused on topics such as notice and action procedures, reporting obligations and transparency, as well as liability of intermediaries, our fifth panel discussion will focus on how to correctly implement the DSA.
Our panellists will address the DSA’s provisions on the Country of Origin principle, extra-territorial jurisdiction, as well as on the Digital Services Coordinators.
As we come closer to interinstitutional negotiations on the dossier, 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:
- Mr Michał Pukaluk, Director of Digital Policy Department in the Office of the Polish Prime Minister
- Mr Christian Dawson, Board of Directors Member, i2Coalition
- Mr Malcolm Hutty, Chair of EuroISPA’s Intermediary Liability Committee
- Q&A with audience
- Closing remarks
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, a third session on reporting obligations and transparency and a fourth one on liability of intermediaries. To end the series, we will host a wrap-up event in January 2022. Don’t miss it! More information is available on our dedicated website page.