пн, 18 сент.|
Academic Conference Rm, 11F, HKU Law Blg
Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology
The United States, China, and the European Union are in a race to regulate tech giants, each pushing their own vision for the digital economy and expanding their influence in the online world. Prof. Anu Bradford talks about what happens when these regulatory approaches collide.
Время и место
18 сент. 2023 г., 17:00 – 18:30
Academic Conference Rm, 11F, HKU Law Blg, Centennial Campus, HKU, 78 Pok Fu Lam Rd, Sai Wan, Hong Kong
This workshop is chaired by Douglas W. Arner, Kerry Holdings Professor in Law at The University of Hong Kong.
ABOUT THE BOOK
The US, China, and the EU are competing to regulate tech companies and shape the digital economy. Anu Bradford's book, Digital Empires: The Global Battle to Regulate Technology, explores this rivalry and the impact it will have on the future. Governments are trying to rein in powerful tech companies that control wealth and power, undermine privacy, and widen economic disparities. Bradford examines three regulatory approaches and how they collide in the international domain. The future of digital societies depends on the choices we make now, and Digital Empires sheds light on the forces at play and the stakes involved.
Available at Oxford University Press.
Anu Bradford is Professor of Law, Henry L. Moses Professor of International Law and Organizations at Columbia Law School. Follow her on LinkedIn.
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