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Erik Valgaeren is session chair during IBA's 6th Biennial Technology Law Conference in Berlin

Erik Valgaeren is session chair during IBA's 6th Biennial Technology L

Erik Valgaeren is session chair during IBA's 6th Biennial Technology Law Conference in Berlin

08.11.2019 EU law

Stibbe's TMT partner, Erik Valgaeren, chairs a session discussing the new legal challenges, created by the most recent technological developments in the field of software, data, online services and telecom, including 5G, pricing algorithms, platforms and data monetization. This session will take place on the 8th of November 2019 in Berlin.

The central theme of this year's IBA Technology Law Conference is 'breaking down walls and embracing transformation - 30 years of technology law' and includes topics like GDPR & other national data protection laws, legal tech, blockchain in the FinTech industry, Cybercrime, e-health and quantum computing.

The conference takes symbolically place on the 30th anniversary of the fall of of the Berlin Wall and brings together leading practitioners, regulators and private organsiations from around the globe.

For more information and a full programme of the conference, please click here.

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