How can regulation support strong and free media to serve the public interest?
The draft EU Media Freedom Act proposes rules to ensure that the media is free from commercial and public interference and to ensure that it is visible to citizens in the digital environment. But what is missing?
In this episode, Laura Sboarina discusses this topic with Maria Donde, Chair of EPRA, the European Platform of Regulatory Authorities.
The conversation starts with some of the messages that were delivered during the conference that was jointly organised by Cullen International and EPRA on 29 March, 2023 and then addresses other topics such as advertising (including in the ad-tech ecosystem), interoperability of algorithmic systems and media literacy.
22 September 23
Battery passports become mandatory from 2027 for EV and industrial batteries
The Batteries Regulation entered into force on 17 August 2023, replacing the previous Batteries Directive (2006/66/EC). The requirements of the regulation will be phased in over time from 18 February 2024. Our Tracker provides a handy overview on this regulation.
20 September 23
New Global Trends research on tower companies
Tower companies (TowerCos) build and operate towers which are used as passive infrastructure to host active elements of one or more telecommunications networks. Cullen International’s latest research provides an overview of the TowerCo ecosystem across 12 jurisdictions around the world.
18 September 23
Are governments around the world in control of online content moderation?
Freeing the internet from content that is widely perceived as unwanted has become a priority worldwide. This Global Trends report discusses how a more supervised online environment has evolved across borders through the implementation of online content moderation (OCM) regimes.