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Ireland ‘solidifies position’ as tech regulatory hub
Dr John Cahir (ALG tech and regulation partner) Jeremy Godfrey (Competition and Consumer Protection Commissionchair), Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon, Garret Blaney (Commission for Communications Regulation chair) and Brian McHugh (CCPC )

09 Feb 2023 / regulation Print

Ireland ‘solidifies position’ as tech regulatory hub

Over 250 people participated in A&L Goodbody's inaugural ‘Future of Tech Regulation’ event in Dublin yesterday.

Regulators and industry experts examined the impact of incoming legislation at Irish and European level. 

ALG partner John Cahir said the event was an opportunity to bring together decision-makers across a range of backgrounds and sectors to discuss the future of technology regulation in Ireland, the EU and beyond.


“Sharing insights, knowledge and best practice across industry and regulation sectors will allow us to better leverage opportunities and respond to the challenges as Ireland continues to solidify its position as a European hub for tech regulation,” he said. 

Speakers included Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon, Chair of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission Jeremy Godfrey, and Susan Moss of TikTok.  

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