You Will Learn
Digitalising economies has consequences: ranging from Big Tech competition risks, cybercrime, harmful online content, fake news and disinformation, to social media amplification algorithms, and much more.
The digital economy is increasingly a part of our world, presenting new challenges for regulators and policy-makers.
This course explores the key policy considerations for the digital economy and potential solutions for policy-makers and regulators to help develop a balanced, efficient, and coordinated approach in regulating a complex environment. The Master Class begins with a review of the telecommunications, media and technology sector and its challenges during this period of rapid transition.
The regulatory principles and best practices we need to consider for the digital economy are defined using a combination of the current offline telecoms, media & technology challenges, and new Big Tech risks and harms, along with the numerous online issues arising from the digital economy.
The course covers the following key topics: