From Stanford Cyber Policy Center:

Technological cooperation is one of the key topics of the transatlantic agenda. The capacity of nations to innovate and to regulate will define their future relevancy. Regulation and setting standards is at the forefront of the geopolitical dimension of tech policy.

On June 24 from 12:00 to 1:00 pm Pacific Time, Germany’s Ambassador to the United States, Dr. Emily Haber, International Policy Director at Stanford University’s Cyber Policy Center, Marietje Schaake, and Chris Riley, Senior Fellow for Internet Governance at the R Street Institute, discussed the opportunities and challenges of the digital transformation for the US and the EU with respect to strategies to strengthen democratic public spheres, restore digital trust and promote liberal liberal-democratic values through a global digital order. Nate Persily, co-director of the Stanford Cyber Policy Center, introduced and moderated the event.

This event is part of the series “Meeting America,” virtual talks with the German Ambassador and American stakeholders across the United States.

This event was co-sponsored by the German Consulate General San Francisco and the American Council on Germany.