Digital Policy Lab: Policy Digest #8

10/11/2022

Germany fines Telegram for failing to comply with its obligations in the NetzDG to provide legally compliant reporting channels and to designate a domestic agent, and more developments at the EU level, including debates over the European Media Freedom Act and the proposed rules for online political advertising.

Digital Policy Lab: Policy Digest #7

12/10/2022

The Irish Data Protection Authority issues a record GDPR fine of 405 million euros to Instagram over failure to protect children’s data, the Christchurch Call publishes new initiative on algorithmic outcomes, and California signs a social media transparency bill.

Digital Policy Lab: Policy Digest #6

31/08/2022

Canada sets out a new broadcasting policy, the EU’s final vote over the DSA and DMA, and an overview of policy proposals and incoming laws in DPL countries concerning platform transparency.

Digital Policy Lab: Policy Digest #5

22/06/2022

The lead up to the vote over the Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act, the 2022 Code of Practice on Disinformation, and more.

Digital Policy Lab: Policy Digest #4

18/05/2022

More than 60 countries, including DPL members, endorsed the ‘Declaration for the Future of the Internet’ in support of an open, free, interoperable, reliable and secure internet, while committing to protect and respect human rights online.

Digital Policy Lab: Policy Digest #3

04/04/2022

We look at the EU’s newly adopted sanctions against Kremlin-backed outlets RT and Sputnik, the US’s Digital Services Oversight and Safety Act of 2022, and more.

Digital Policy Lab: Policy Digest #2

21/02/2022

In this issue, we outline the latest behind the Social Media (anti-Trolling) Bill in Australia, the EU’s proposal on a regulation on the transparency and targeting of political ads, and more.

Digital Policy Lab: Policy Digest #1

23/11/2021

In this issue, we looked at digital policy developments regarding the EU’s Digital Services Act (DSA) proposal, the approach of member countries to cross-harms threatening electoral integrity, and more.