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The ACCC's Ongoing Digital Platforms Services Inquiry: Regulatory Reform

The ACCC’s Ongoing Digital Platforms Services Inquiry: Regulatory Reform

By Jacqueline Downes, Bella Cameron and Jamie Hick1   I. Introduction This piece builds on our previous articles and publications2 covering the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission's...

US-EU Artificial Intelligence agreement proves there’s no time to wait for...

By Robin Röhm, Tech EU The “first-of-its-kind” agreement between the US and European Union to enhance cooperation in artificial intelligence (AI) is a major step forward in...
1-THE FUTURE OF WEB3 DEPENDS ON CAREFUL REGULATORY APPROACHES By Duane Pozza & Lauren Johnson

The Future of Web3 Depends on Careful Regulatory Approaches

Blockchain and digital token technologies have achieved prominence in terms of crypto and digital asset transactions, but these technologies also are the foundation for...
2-HOLD YOUR HORSES by Carol Van Cleef

Hold Your Horses

Web3 is not lawless territory. Regardless of how the term is defined or conceptualized, a number of existing laws and regulations already clearly apply...
3-WEB3 IS COMING FAST, AND REGULATION NEEDS TO KEEP PACE By Sean Stein Smith

Web3 Is Coming Fast, and Regulation Needs to Keep Pace

Web3 is a buzzword and concept that quickly rose to prominence during 2021 and 2022, alongside the continued investment in underlying blockchain technologies by...
4-WEB3 IN TRANSITION AND PARTICIPATORY REGULATION By Fabio Bassan

Web3 In Transition and Participatory Regulation

Web3 constitutes the first qualitative revolution of the Internet. The technology in Web2 has been neutral, while with the blockchain, it becomes a field...
5-INSURANCE’S ROLE IN THE REGULATION OF WEB3 THROUGH DE-RISKING By Jessica Chapman

Insurance’s Role in The Regulation of Web3 Through De-Risking

Government-initiated regulation alone will not necessarily be a cure-all to Web3’s problems, including the problem of consumer confidence. The availability of insurance should also...
The Crossroads of ESG Collaboration and Competition Law

The Crossroads of ESG Collaboration and Competition Law

By Gaurav Desai, Shruti Bhat & Apurva Badoni1   I. Background Responsible investment is reshaping business models across the world and Environmental, Social and Governance (“ESG”)...
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India Proposes Self Regulation For Online Gaming Companies

Centre recently appointed the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) as the nodal ministry for matters relating to online gaming with monetary risks....
Competition Law and Cross-Board Membership

Competition Law and Cross-Board Membership: Should Directors Sit on Their Competitors’...

By Thula Kaira1   Introduction The purpose of competition law is aimed at ensuring that enterprises effect their market-based decisions in an independent manner (i.e., without...
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