The challenges and opportunities facing global businesses operating in China
In a bonus episode, Keith Zhai, Senior Adviser and former journalist reporting on the interplay of China's internal politics and its global interactions, and Stephen Adams, Senior Director, cover what companies should note in the current Xi policy environment.
Global Month Ahead: UK party conference season, IMF and World Bank annual meetings, European Council Summit
On this month’s episode, Associate Director Isabelle Trick is joined by UK Director Alex Dawson, Senior Practice Director Thomas Gratowski, and Associate Olga Henkele, to discuss the UK party conference season, the IMF and World Bank annual meetings, the European Council Summit and the Polish elections.
The Online Safety Bill: now it's through Parliament, what's next?
With the Online Safety Bill finally through Parliament, Conan D'Arcy is joined by Josh Bates to discuss the next steps for this legislation, and what stages remain before the regime is put into force. This episode also covers some of the major changes that the Bill has undergone, and what ramifications these new laws could have globally.
The next European Political Cycle
Our report looks ahead to the start of a new European political cycle in 2024, with changes in the college of Commissioners, a new European Parliament, a new President of the European Council and perhaps a new Commission President. It also considers the coming set of challenges for European businesses and civil society to ensure their arguments and evidence are relevant…
European Data Protection Supervisor, Wojciech Wiewiórowski, on GDPR 2.0 and the future of AI regulation
On the latest episode of Top in Tech, Conan D'Arcy is joined by European Data Protection Supervisor, Wojciech Wiewiórowski, for a wide-ranging conversation on GDPR enforcement, the potential reform of the GDPR under the next Commission, the impact of generative AI on the data protection debate and his views on banning facial recognition in public under the AI Act.
The shifting dynamics between US Republicans and the tech industry
Among many disruptive shifts in US politics over the last decade, the relationship between Republicans and Big Tech has been part of a wider shift in Republican positioning that includes trade, media, culture, and foreign policy. With the 2024 elections presenting a real possibility for Republicans to emerge with a stronger hold on Congress and possibly the White House,…