France, Australia, Silicon Valley, and the Political Economy of Online Platform Regulation

By Charis Papaevangelou Two recent developments concerning the online distribution of news revealed the shortcomings of platform regulation.  The first development was when French publishers (General Information Press Alliance or APIG, an industry association of daily press companies, national and regional) struck a deal with Google meant to reimburse them for the use of their […]

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Digital Services Act, Brussels Effect and the Future of the Internet

By Charis Papaevangelou, ESR at University of Toulouse III The Brussels Effect is an interesting concept coined in 2012 by Ana Bradford, a Finnish-American professor at the Columbia Law School. The gist of the concept is this: Europe may not be an economic or innovatory stronghold comparable to the United States or China, but it […]

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This project is funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska Curie grant agreement No 765140