IBA Annual Conference Miami 2022

30 Oct - 4 Nov 2022

Room 208, Level 2

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Regulating internet and platforms around the world: how will the digital puzzle look?

Wednesday 2 November (0930 - 1045)

Room 208, Level 2
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Communications Law Committee (Lead)
Antitrust Section
Technology Law Committee


In the context of the EU’s digital strategy, the European Commission is conducting a significant review of the rules governing the online environment, which have been applying for the last two decades in the region. Several important regulations will change the level playing field as the Data Act, the Data Governance Act, the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA). Similarly, the US agencies, the AAA and other agencies around the world are paving the way to regulating the digital economy. In parallel, antitrust and competition law are still very much relevant and topical. What will be the impact in the telecommunications industry, the internet, advertising and e-commerce ecosystems? The session will analyse what changing are occurring in the different regions around the world and how the digital map will look in the forthcoming years.

Session / Workshop Chair(s)

Kristina Nordlander A&O Shearman, London, England
Anne Vallery WilmerHale, Brussels, Belgium; Member, Communications Law Committee Advisory Board


Teki Akuetteh Nsiah Akuetteh & Co, Accra, Ghana; Membership Officer, Communications Law Committee
Kyriakos Fountoukakos Herbert Smith Freehills LLP, Brussels, Belgium; Vice Chair, Antitrust Section
Katarina Klaric Stephens Lawyers & Consultants, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia; Vice Chair, Technology Disputes Subcommittee
Thomas Kramler DG Competition - European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
Nikhil Shanbhag Meta Platforms Inc, Menlo Park, California, USA