Katarzyna Lasinska

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Katarzyna Lasinska is a policy advisor in the Public Policy practice. Ms. Lasinska advises clients on EU public policy strategy and regulatory law with a particular focus on media, internet, and technology.

Ms. Lasinska was previously legal research assistant to Amal Clooney of Doughty Street Chambers, whom she assisted on complex matters of international law and human rights. Prior to this, she worked at the European Union Intellectual Property Office and the International Criminal Court.

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The European Commission estimates that the global market for the Internet of Things (“IoT”) will grow to 75.4 billion devices by 2023. It also estimates that the economic value of spectrum enabled services is at present worth €500 billion per year. This is expected to increase by 200% – up to €1 trillion a year by 2023 – making the availability of spectrum (needed to send and receive data) and the development of 5G technology…
The European Commission estimates that the global market for the Internet of Things (“IoT”) will grow to 75.4 billion devices by 2023. It also estimates that the economic value of spectrum enabled services is at present worth €500 billion per year. This is expected to increase by 200% – up to €1 trillion a year by 2023 – making the availability of spectrum (needed to send and receive data) and the development of 5G technology…
In light of increasing discussion about the public policy implications of encryption, opinions among EU Member States on how best to tackle the issue are split.  Certain Member States, such as the UK, have repeatedly called for uninhibited access by national authorities to encrypted messages for national security purposes.  Others recognize the legitimate security interests of users. The EU has recognized the importance of this issue.  The European Commission has therefore published a series of…
The third round of the Brexit negotiations, at the end of August, was not very productive. This was despite the British side’s publication of an impressive number of position papers over the course of the summer. These covered various technical questions but also the sensitive issue of the participation in the customs union and how to avoid reestablishing a border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. The documents were not well received by…