The EU Digital Strategy sketches an ambitious approach to sculpt Europe's digital future - covering areas and issues as diverse as the digital economy and value extraction from industrial data, to the impact of digital transformation on the environment, to the shaping of open and democratic societies. Yet, the optimal content and implementation of digital policy in Europe - of any form - is always subject to fierce contestation. A policy as ambitious as the EU Digital Strategy is no exception.
On 16 June, Prof. Mireille Hildebrandt joined a panel discussion organised by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) to explore the space of the EU Digital Strategy.
To rewatch the panel, click here.