Münster Colloquia on EU Law and the Digital Economy
The digital revolution is one of the ground-breaking trends of our century. One which fundamentally changes our economy and society. New digital products and services are offered almost every day. ‘Apps’, social networks or buying products and services online have all become an integral part of our lives. The datafication of business processes leads to a fast and ever increasing mass of data, making up the lifeblood running through the veins of the data economy.
The "Münster Colloquia" deal with the challenges facing EU law resulting from the transition to the digital economy. They bring together renowned lawyers from academia and legal practice as well as EU/national policy makers and stakeholder representatives. They are a privileged forum to discuss the concepts and instruments which respond to legal issues brought to the forefront, by for instance the data economy or artificial intelligence.