The Coronavirus outbreak is an international public health emergency and is already having far-reaching effects on the economy. That includes the digital sector. Meanwhile, digital technologies have been at the forefront of efforts to detect, track and find a treatment for the virus, but also in mitigating the effect on the wider economy.

On this page, you will find all the work that DIGITALEUROPE is doing to better understand this crisis and its effects on our sector. In addition, you will find our recommendations for the EU to best harness the transformative potential of digital technologies to fight disease. We are also collating examples of how our members are putting their products or services towards the global efforts to tackle Covid-19.

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How DIGITALEUROPE members are supporting efforts to tackle COVID-19

Our resources on Coronavirus
05 Dec 2023 Position Paper
‘Right to Repair’ Directive: don’t unravel the Commission proposal
17 Nov 2023 Position Paper
Transitioning from Open Banking to Open Finance: DIGITALEUROPE’s position on the Financial Data Access Regulation (FIDA)
16 Nov 2023 Position Paper
One Data Act to rule them all? Avoiding competing data sharing rules: DIGITALEUROPE’s views on the European statistics regulation revision
10 Nov 2023 resource
Key policies for digitalization during the Spanish Presidency: The AI Act and the Data Act
07 Nov 2023 publication
Europe 2030: A Digital Powerhouse. DIGITALEUROPE’s manifesto for the next Commission
Your contact for Coronavirus
Chris Ruff
Director for Political Outreach & Communications
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