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Annual Conference on European Media Law 2024

The European Media Freedom Act • Putting the Digital Services Act into practice • Impact of AI in the media sector

Objective

The conference aims to keep media law practitioners up-to-date by providing an overview of the latest policy developments, legislative initiatives and case law in this field.

Key topics

  • Update on the legislative adoption of the European Media Freedom Act 
  • Content moderation between DSA and EMFA
  • Responsibility of influencers across AVMSD, DSA and EMFA and at national level 
  • Transparency of platforms in the DSA 
  • Political advertising  
  • Impact of Artificial intelligence on the media and the AVMS sectors 
  • Competition law issues impacting the media sector 
  • Recent rulings from the CJEU and ECtHR impacting the media sector

Who should attend?

Lawyers in private practice specialised in media law and information technology, in-house counsel and other legal practitioners in the media sector.

Online participation option

The event will be streamed live online. You have the option to follow the conference on Zoom, enabling you to ask questions and take part in the discussion with participants in Trier.

When

6 Jun 2024 @ 09:15 am

7 Jun 2024 @ 01:00 pm

Duration: 1 days, 3 hours

Timezone: 0


Where

ERA Congress Centre

Metzer Allee 5

Trier

Germany


Organised by

Academy of European Law (ERA)

+49 (0) 651 - 93737-0

+49 (0) 651 - 93737-90

http://www.era.int

[email protected]

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