Photo © Lindsay_Jayne
The May report first highlights the compatibility between the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) and a new Mexican draft bill aiming to impose quotas of national content on the catalogues of digital audiovisual platforms. It also analyzes recent regulatory challenges related to Artificial Intelligence and the financial contribution of platforms to cultural creation. Finally, it turns to cross-national activities of online platforms, looking at their expansion in new markets (Sub-Saharan Africa, Australia, New Zealand) and the issues related to their content spending and the remuneration of creators.
Policy and economic challenges for the governance of online platforms
12 May 2021
Online platforms, trade agreements, artificial intelligence