The impact of the EU digital initiatives on the creation, exploitation of and access to digital rights and assets

The digital regulatory landscape continues to evolve with regulators across the globe developing strategies to address the challenges of the digital economy as well as strengthen cyber resilience.

The European Union is introducing ground-breaking new rules to regulate online platforms and the use of artificial intelligence, among other issues, as part of its Digital Single Market strategy. These regulatory developments present opportunities and will also require changes to operational practices for a wide range of businesses. They will also require significant compliance efforts from organisations engaging in the European digital space. Last year, we launched a Digital Rights & Assets European Digital Strategy Developments tool guide to help you navigate through the changing landscape of digital regulations (click here for more information). We have recently updated the tool guide, click here to access; the tool covers the latest developments in data as a key asset, crypto assets, AI as a digital asset, privacy and data protection, cybersecurity, digital identity & trust services and consumer regulation.

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