In this episode, hosted by Larry Markowitz, we're diving into the heart of the upcoming Half-Year May Conference in Mexico City, themed "Law in the Times of the Digital Economy." Daniela Jara Cruz and Carlos del Razo, both experts in corporate and environmental law, and Organising Committee members, offer unique insights into the digital legal landscape.
Listen to explore how the digital economy has reshaped traditional laws, touching on e-commerce, data privacy, cybercrime, and more. Moreover, Daniela and Carlos shed light on the conference's title, drawing inspiration from Gabriel García Márquez's literary work, and highlighting Mexico City's charm. They discuss legal challenges arising from the digital explosion, such as data security, the dark web, and the delicate balance of regulating AI in the boardroom.
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