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    Track regulators’ responses to cyber risks with updates on the implementation of the EU cybersecurity rules and other topics. Coverage of regulatory developments (e.g. on access to data, liability) impacting new technologies such as AI and IoT services. Follow national and European rules on the taxation of digital businesses, and on the relationship between online platforms and users (business users and consumers).
    Follow the latest developments in consumer protection around digital content, products and services. Monitor EU and national initiatives on the taxation of digital businesses Get an overview of regulation that seeks to foster the development of e-Commerce in Europe

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EU Cybersecurity Act: a cheat sheet infographic, to-do list and calendar starting now
17 February 19 Hannah Bracken

As a reminder, European Parliament and Council negotiators agreed on the Cybersecurity Act on 10 December 2018. This Flash contains detailed information about work in progress and a calendar of key events. Also, we have published a new infographic to explain the certification framework and parties involved on the path to certification.

EU Digital Economy Weekly Report
17 February 19 Javier Huerta Bravo

This report recaps EU regulatory developments affecting the digital economy last week and lists the events taking place this week.

Brazilian Congress must vote on the creation of national data protection authority
15 February 19 Andre Moura Gomes

The Brazilian Congress must vote by the end of April 2019 on the creation of a national data protection authority and agree to postponing the entry into force of the new data protection law. Otherwise, the creation of the new data protection authority will become ineffective immediately.

Mexico City signs an alliance with navigation app Waze to share traffic data
15 February 19 Carlos Castellanos

The Mexico City government and Waze agreed to two-way exchange road traffic information free of charge and in real time.

US government launches artificial intelligence guidelines
15 February 19 Andre Moura Gomes

US president Donald Trump signed an executive order establishing national artificial intelligence guidelines to further the development artificial intelligence.

Chilean antitrust court orders banks to reopen crypto exchange accounts
14 February 19 Carlos Castellanos

Chile’s Free Competition Defence Court has ordered banks to reopen the accounts of cryptocurrency trading platforms. The Supreme Court had previously ruled that banks are entitled to close the platforms’ bank accounts.

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