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"Europa stutzt die Datenmacht der Digitalkonzerne"

January 22, 2021 | Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung
Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, comments on two new draft laws with which the EU Commission wants to ensure more competition on digital platforms.

"Big Tech als Gatekeeper: Regulierer fordern schärfere Regeln für soziale Netzwerke"

January 19, 2021 | Handelsblatt
Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, comments on how supervisors on both sides of the Atlantic want to tighten the rules for major Internet platforms.

"ESMT Berlin continues successful Digital Society Institute"

January 15, 2021 | ESMT Press
The Digital Society Institute (DSI), an independent institute for interdisciplinary research on topics of digitalization at ESMT, will continue for a further five years.

"Cyberangriffe auf Daten von Corona-Impfstoffen"

December 19, 2020 | Deutschlandfunk
Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, proposes to move away from fragmented responsibilities and toward an interlocking model for IT security in Germany.

"IT-Sicherheitsgesetz 2.0 – Fortschritt mit Macken"

December 15, 2020 | Tagesspiegel Background
The draft of the "IT Security Act 2.0" sensibly develops the instruments of IT security law - but it falls short on key IT security issues, writes Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin.

"Und dieses Bürokratie-Monster soll die Huawei-Frage lösen?"

December 12, 2020 | WirtschaftsWoche
Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, summarizes his expectations regarding the IT Security Act 2.0.

"Das soll im Huawei-Gesetz stehen"

December 12, 2020 | Spiegel
Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, comments on Germany's response to the IT Security Network 2.0 requirements for Huawei.

„Deutschland wird erpressbar“

December 10, 2020 | WirtschaftsWoche
Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, warns against the increased use of technologies from Chinese supplier Huawei in German schools.

„Das ist eine technologiepolitische Katastrophe“

December 4, 2020 | WirtschaftsWoche
The government has presented its new IT security law - but the dispute over Huawei and the 5G expansion continues. The priorities are wrong, criticizes Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin.

"Watching China in Europe"

December 1, 2020 | Agenparl
Martin Schallbruch, director of the Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, is quoted in this newsletter regarding the 5G plans in Germany and the possible exclusion of Huawei.

"Das bedeutet die Huawei-Entscheidung für die deutschen Netze"

November 24, 2020 | Handelsblatt
Martin Schallbruch, director of Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, comments on the Huawei decision for the German networks.

"Wahlmanipulation im Netz: Warum auch die Bundestagswahl nicht davor sicher ist"

November 19, 2020 | Focus
Henning Christian Lahmann, senior researcher at the Digital Society Institute (DSI) at ESMT Berlin, talks about fake news in election campaigns and why the information war can also play a role in the upcoming federal election campaign in Germany.

"KI ist Motor der Digitalisierung, wir dürfen ihn nicht abwürgen"

November 9, 2020 | WirtschaftsWoche
Martin Schallbruch, deputy director of Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, writes about the regulation of AI in Germany and Europe which could lead to a major competitive disadvantage.

"Target2-Ausfall schlägt hohe Wellen"

November 7, 2020 | Börsen-Zeitung
The Börsen-Zeitung interviews Martin Schallbruch, deputy director of Digital Society Institute at ESMT Berlin, about the failure of the European payment transaction system Target2.

"Würde Biden gewinnen: Alles gut für Deutschland?"

November 5, 2020 | ARD Online
Martin Schallbruch, expert on IT sub-themes at ESMT Berlin, talks about the "tech war" between the USA and China.