Quo Vadis EU Law: Balancing Digital Freedom, Privacy, and Consumer Protection
This session will focus on the nuanced aspects of digital sovereignty, exploring themes of data privacy, autonomy over data and assets, and the empowering role of open source in fostering digital sovereignty.
European law is racing to catch up with the incredible importance of software to our economy and well-being. The result is a host of new legislation that could have profound impacts for both open source developers and users. Neil Peretz will help us understand the most important elements for the open source community of pending laws like the Cyber Resilience Act, Digital Services Act, AI Act, Digital Operational Resilience Act, and updates to laws like the Product Liability Directive and GDPR.
This session is a valuable opportunity for those looking to deepen their understanding of the intricate interplay between regulation, technology, and data in the modern world.
* without prejudice, speakers and sessions are subject to change