The EU Commission published Shaping Europe’s Digital Future in February, and Digital Compass in March. Illustrating EU’s digital policy framework in the coming decade, both proposals aim to advance digital transformation of the industry, while emphasising the necessity of strengthening EU’s technical sovereignty, reducing reliance on both the United States and China.
China claimed in 2000 that the Internet within Chinese territory is under the jurisdiction of Chinese sovereignty. In the World Internet Conference in 2015, Xi Jinping stressed again that the international community should respect the “Internet sovereignty” of individual countries. On the other hand, the Clean Network Program published under US former president Trump was also referred to as the American version of ‘Internet Sovereignty’.
The world’s top 3 economies are all constructing their vision of digital sovereignty. Taiwan has trading relations with all of them and technical strategic ties with some of them. How should Taiwan understand these digital sovereignty claims and policies? What does Taiwan do in response?
- Date: July 14 (Wed.) 2021, 14:00-16:00（on live）
- The speakers are being invited as of now and names will be listed in the alphabetical order, which is subject to change.
- The Event may be cancelled without notice in the case of natural disaster or force majeure, based on the Government announcement.