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Bird & Bird's Regulatory & Public Affairs seminar in Brussels on 3 December also featured a panel debate with various industry voices on the implementation of the recently adopted European Electronic Communications ...
'Technological sovereignty' is set to be an over-arching theme, as Commissioner nominees with responsibility for the digital economy prepare to be grilled by Members of the European Parliament over the next week.
The European Electronic Communications Code (the Code) came into force on 21 December 2020. Member States were due to adopt the Code in their national legislation by that date. However, only two Member States have ...
In October 2017 we reported on the Court of Appeal's treatment of some of the confusing issues that can arise in the context of "connecting flights" under Regulation 261.
On 20 March 2018, transport MEPs voted in favour of a proposed Regulation 'on safeguarding competition in air transport', which would repeal and replace Regulation 868/2004.
On 15 March 2018 the European Commission launched a public consultation on Regulation No 1008/2008. This is one of two consultations being carried out concurrently, with a view to its potential revision.
Consumer protection, protection for disabled passengers, DfT report on aviation strategy, Airport Charges Directive, and the European Aviation Safety Agency.
In its most significant regulatory intervention in the digital marketplace for two decades, the European Commission today published a proposal for a Digital Services Act package (DSA). This initiative can be seen as ...
The European Union has long been interested in artificial intelligence (AI). Back in 2014, the EU first investigated the issue by producing guidelines on the regulation of robotics. Since then, they have continued to ...
Thierry Breton, described 5G connectivity as an “important pillar” for the EU (especially in light of the EU’s post-COVID economic recovery) and that “it is important to ensure the rapid deployment [of 5G] as a matter ...