The Digital Economy

We need to talk about how we define responsibility online - and how we enforce it

Visitors play use keyboards as they play "Diablo" during the Gamescom 2012 fair in Cologne August 16, 2012. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, runs from August 16 to August 19. REUTERS/Ina Fassbender (GERMANY - Tags: ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS) - BM2E88G14NH01

To what extent can and should existing laws be enforced in the digital sphere? Image: REUTERS/Ina Fassbender

Florian Drücke
Chairman & CEO, Bundesverband Musikindustrie
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