Tech & AI Law

Governing Digital Europe

It's very easy to get lost in the avalanche of proposals, regulations and directives for the Digital Single Market. Now that the ePrivacy Regulation will soon be joined by the General Data Protection Regulation and Directive 2016/680 on personal data, key pieces were approved such as the Digital Services Act and the Digital Markets Act. In addition to these, there are proposals in the areas of artificial intelligence and digital governance. All these initiatives form a regulatory puzzle that needs to be analyzed and understood. The course clarifies and introduces learners to this regulatory framework, discussing the future of the EU in the Digital Single Market. The course focuses on the latest legislation and the main challenges of the digital future.

Format

Online
Course

Category

Tech Law

Level

Foundations

Duration

60 Minutes

Price

€ 29.90

Instructor

Multiple

Learners

Sessions 

Video Time
Key learning points

Governing Digital Europe

  • Objective #1: Define the key terms related to digital law, including data protection and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Digital Services Act (DSA), the Digital Markets Act (DMA) or the AI Act.

  • Objective #2: Explain the main principles and objectives of the GDPR, including fundamental rights of the data subject, the legal basis for processing such personal data and the obligations imposed on the organizations that process it.

  • Objective #3: Analyze real-life scenarios in which there is a potential application of those pieces of legislation.

Florence School of Banking and Finance

Established in January 2016 as part of the Robert Schuman Centre, the Florence School of Banking & Finance was designed as a European platform bringing together practitioners and academics from the banking and finance sector to develop a common culture of regulation and supervision in the European Union. The School is evolving into a knowledge centre of excellence, rooted in European origins while maintaining a global perspective. It offers policy dialogue and training and produces research in banking and finance. Its training courses, conferences and seminars are held in Florence or using interactive online formats, in close cooperation with its networks of leading academic and policy institutions.