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SRIW Insights #6 Jun 2024 

Updates on the SRIW ecosystem and the latest self- and co-regulatory developments in the information economy - with a keen focus on data and consumer protection.

SRIW’s Recent Happenings

Dear Readers,

we had some interesting developments in June that we don't want to keep from you! One of them is the search for additional talent to join our team in Berlin. If you are looking for a part-time job and know your way around accounting or enjoy research and administrative tasks, you should take a look at our job adverts below.

We also invite you to join our new working groups. The AI working group is set up to explore and develop co/self-regulatory mechanisms outlined in the AI Act. The other working group, which is looking at developing a common language for key terms that are still missing in the operationalisation of data sharing activities, had its official kick-off meeting yesterday. Find out more about its purpose and how you can get involved below.

Looking forward to receiving your applications,

We are expanding our team:

We are looking for immediate support in the area of assistance (part-time, 30 hours/week).As a young, modern organisation, we are committed to adapting to changing conditions. We want to further expand the success of our projects and members. This is a continuous process of transformation. Send us your application if you would like to take part in this process.

Kick-Off WG Data Sharing

Yesterday, we launched our Data Sharing Working Group, dedicated to creating a GDPR Glossary through a comprehensive Code of Conduct.

Kick-Off WG Artificial Intelligence

Last week’s kick-off marks the beginning of an important journey where the working group will be exploring the potential of Codes of Conduct and Codes of Practice under the AI Act.

AK Datenschutz Bitkom

At Bitkom’s AK Datenschutz, we enjoyed amongst a number of other topics an insightful session on the landscape of legal acts in the area of e-commerce, filing, payment or consent.

Great News for CoyPu Enthusiasts

The BMWK-funded project Cognitive Economy Intelligence Platform for resilience of economic ecosystems has been extended until the end of November!

Recent Regulatory Developments