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Regulatory Watch – March 2024

18.03.2024
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What principles should guide policy-makers in designing approaches for internet intermediaries?

Regulatory Watch - March 2024

- OpenAI announces more media partnerships for ChatGPT

- Zambia has a new 700 km fibre network

- Apple has been hit by a huge fine from the EU, but it’s going to appeal

- UK and Australian governments agree on greater cooperation in online safety

- Public will get greater say on cybercrime, says Barbados industry minister

- New reports on media and internet concentration have been released

- TikTok is fined by Italian regulators and faces a ban in the US

- The EU AI Act has been passed by the European Parliament

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