What you need to know about EU digital policy in 2022

07/01/2022 | IAPP

As is customary with the commencement of a new year, there are many predictions about what we can expect to happen. This IAPP article focuses on the EU and its plans for digital policy in 2022. Digitalization has been a top priority for the European Commission, including an extensive legislative package, ranging from platform regulation to artificial intelligence, from data sharing to cybersecurity. With the commission’s mandate set to expire in spring 2024, this year is its last chance to present proposals that could complete the legislative process in time. Journalist Luca Bertuzzi looks at what 2022 has in store for digital matters in the EU.

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