Data Regulation Ramps Up in Europe: DMA, DSA, and the UK Online Safety Bill

11:00 a.m. ET | 4:00 p.m. BST | 5:00 p.m. CET

Wednesday, June 8, 2022

Since the EU announced its Digital and Data Strategy in February 2020, the European Commission has released several legislative proposals to regulate digital platforms and services, including with respect to access and the use of data. Included within the proposals are the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and the Digital Services Act (DSA).

The UK — which, since Brexit, will no longer be covered by the EU Digital and Data Strategy — has been working on its own National Data Strategy, which includes the UK Online Safety Bill (UK OSB). The UK OSB is similar in scope and application to the EU DSA; however, we will discuss some key differences between them in this webinar.

Please join Sidley and OneTrust DataGuidance for this webinar focusing on the impact of new data regulation with the EU Digital and Data Strategy and the UK OSB. This session will also cover:

  • An overview and understanding of the DMA, DSA and the UK OSB and their overlap with existing laws
  • Key provisions and their scope
  • Timeline of what to expect and when to prepare

In a future webinar, we will cover other legislative proposals that are still in the works, including the Data Governance Act, the Data Act, and the Artificial Intelligence Act.

Lauren Cuyvers
Senior Managing Associate

William Long

Monika Zdzieborska
Managing Associate

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