The term “digital trade” is increasingly used to refer to the growing knowledge-based and data-driven economy that relies on data as its fundamental capital asset.
This term encompasses the many changes to ways in which goods and services are distributed, consumed, and traded across borders. One element of these changes is the collection, storage, and use of data - both domestically and across borders.
These changes affect governments, regulators, businesses, and consumers in many ways. This panel will explore the impact of digital trade on antitrust regulation and international treaties.