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The IIC Brussels Chapter’s inaugural event, Connected Thinking: What is a Smart Car, took place in April 2017, and was hosted by Squire Patton Boggs.

The Brussels Chapter will continue to hold regular events on a variety of European Union policy discussion topics affecting the digital economy, ranging from changes in electronic communications regulation, to copyright, cybersecurity and privacy issues.

By featuring renowned guest speakers from a variety of backgrounds, such as European institutions, industry experts, regulators and academia, our events provide a platform for discussions surrounding EU electronic communications policy issues and debates regarding the impact, or potential impact, these issues will have on the European and global digital economy.

Future events will also focus on the application of existing legislation and regulators’ authoritative guidance in relation to digital economies. Such events will tap into a breadth of notable industry representatives and regulators, such as the European Data Protection Board.  This will provide a valuable platform for exchanges and discussion on the practical implementation of existing rules, which may further inform regulators as well as EU policy makers

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