Digital Services Act: Registration now open for stakeholder event

Registration is now open for the first Digital Services Act (DSA) stakeholder event which will take place on 27 June 2023 in Brussels.

The event presents a unique opportunity for stakeholders to provide input to the Commission ahead of the enforcement of the DSA, network with platform representatives, as well as national and EU policy makers.

Participants are invited to take part in 14 technical workshops focusing on a wide range of topics covered by the DSA. All workshops will be web streamed. The morning sessions hone in on gender-based violence; online marketplaces; mental wellbeing, privacy, and data science. The lunch workshops will focus on online hate and extremism, intellectual property rights, protection of minors and the implications of the DSA for the rest of the world, as well as data access for researchers. The afternoon workshops cover freedom of expression and media pluralism, dark patterns and advertising, disinformation, as well as risk assessments and algorithms.

While registration is mandatory for in-person attendees, it will also be possible to follow the event online, including all workshops, without registration.

Source: European Commission | Shaping Europe’s digital future (