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Date and Location

April 13, 2022
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET
Wex-434ab Conference Room


Study Group: Governing in an Interconnected World: Has the EU Joined China to shut out American Companies? Photo

While the US government dawdled, the EU’s new Digital Markets Act has set new rules for internet services. What does this mean for American companies? What does this mean for the future of multilateral relations?

Mark Scott is Chief Technology Correspondent at POLITICO, writing about the global collision of technology and politics.

Prior to joining POLITICO, Mark was the European Technology Correspondent for the New York Times where he covered the Continent's response to Silicon Valley's tech giants. He joined the New York Times as its European finance reporter during the 2008 global financial crisis. Previously, he had been a London correspondent for Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

Lunch will be served!

Session 3 of 3 in our series on technology and regulation.

This study group is being co-sponsored by the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies. 

Speakers and Presenters

​Mark Scott, Chief Technology Correspondent, Politico (via Zoom)
Tom Wheeler, former Chairman, Federal Communications Commission


Additional Organizers

​Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies