Deloitte Asia Pacific Digital Regulation Without Borders

Tuesday 28th – Friday 31st May 2024

The Deloitte Asia Pacific Digital Regulation Without Borders Webinar will take place Tuesday 28th – Friday 31st May 2024.

In this webinar series we will explore the growing extraterritorial impact of global regulation on technology, media and telecommunications (TMT) companies in the Asia Pacific region and discuss what firms must do now to prepare.  

Join us for a week of online webinars with a packed agenda including presentations, briefings and panel discussions led by Deloitte’s global network of regulatory and industry experts across Asia Pacific (AP), the European Union (EU), the United Kingdom (UK) and the United States (US) including our Global Internet Regulation Team and regional Centres for Regulatory Strategy.  

What you will get out of the experience:  

  • Understand the global regulatory landscape and the impact of key emerging regulations on AP headquartered TMT firms;
  • Understand the specific impacts of requirements on your sector and company; and
  • Identify practical and operational actions which will enable your company to not only survive, but thrive in the heightened regulatory environment, with actionable insights, solutions, methodologies, and industry best practices.  

ACT NOW: Please save the date and register your interest in attending by clicking on the below link.

Key themes for the event: 

Internet Regulation

Learn about the growing global regulatory landscape and how to manage, prioritise and mitigate risks against a backdrop of increasing volume and complexity of rules. 

Artificial Intelligence Regulation

Understand the implications and impact of the EU AI Act and other AI regulations for your business as you create the next generation of safe and trustworthy AI systems.

EU Digital Services Act

Explore the extensive requirements relating to digital services and markets introduced by the EU Digital Services Act and Digital Markets Act and how this will impact AP firms. 


Tuesday 28th – Friday 31st May 2024

The webinar will be 1-1.5 hour per day based on the below start times (please see the attached pamphlet for more details).





Mainland China/Hong Kong



Japan/South Korea




New Zealand





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