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Is Europe fit for the digital age?
This was the question posed to the panellists at the Atlantic Council's latest panel on Wednesday, 9 November in Washington, DC. The discussion examined the recent history of EU digital policy, from cybersecurity and data regulations to the promotion of digital innovations and competitiveness. Representing the transatlantic business perspective was Thibaut L’Ortye, Director of Public Affairs, AmCham EU, who emphasised the importance of cooperation in building a thriving digital economy.
Moderated by Mark Scott, Chief Technology Correspondent, POLITICO, the panel also featured:
- Fran Burwell, Distinguished Fellow, Atlantic Council
- Peter Harrell, Senior Director for International Economic and Competitiveness, White House National Security Council
- Kenneth Propp, Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council
- Werner Stengg, Cabinet Expert, Cabinet of Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager, European Commission
For more on the future of digital policy and transatlantic cooperation, register for our 10th Annual Transatlantic Digital Economy Conference on Tuesday, 29 November.