The digital sector, which creates high added value for the economy, is under increasing regulatory pressure. Legal standards on privacy, the flow of personal and non-personal data, copyright and audiovisual issues are constantly being created and updated. All of this is being done to create the Digital Single Market in the UE. Among the regulations adopted in the European Union in recent years, there are those that have been approved by business, but also those that are considered unsuitable for the dynamically changing technological landscape or detrimental to innovation and the completion of the Digital Single Market in the UE. One of the many examples of new standards is the issue of taxation of the digital economy. Currently, in the face of the economic slowdown the question of fair taxation of the digital economy has become increasingly important. Together with business experts, representatives of public administration and the world of science, we want to discuss the desired directions for regulation, so that they encourage innovation and do not lead to a loss of competitiveness.
Moderator: Włodzimierz Schmidt, IAB Poland
- dr Damian Flisak, Ringier Axel Springer Polska
- dr Filip Majdowski, Ministry of Finance
- Agnieszka Wnuk, MDDP Group
- Anna Wrześniewska, Allegro
- Katarzyna Łukasik, IAB Poland
- Magdalena Bublewicz, IAB Poland