The Digital Services Act (DSA) creates an unprecedented level of public oversight of online platforms across the Union, both at national and EU level.
We're looking for a lead software engineer to join ECAT within the scientific team responsible for monitoring online platform compliance. Deadline for applications extended until 4 January 2024.
Lead Scientist Emilia Gómez was interviewed by Spanish news outlet ABC after being recognised as Woman in STEM 2023 at the ROMA Awards.
ECAT’s Lead Scientist, Emilia Gómez Gutiérrez, won a ROMA 2023 award in the STEM category.
The Head of ECAT, Alberto Pena Fernandez, and the Deputy for DSA Coordination and Compliance at DG Connect, Irene Roche Laguna, were recently interviewed for the Spanish online news outlet InfoLibre.
The JRC is looking to reinforce the ECAT team with applied AI researchers and practitioners. Deadline for applications extended until 15 November, 2023.
On October 11, the ECAT team will be joining CONNECT University to talk about how it will contribute to a safer, more predictable and trusted online environment.
Last week the Joint Research Centre organised the fourth edition of its Disinfo Workshop in Brussels, and ECAT was there to discuss the role of the Digital Services Act.
The European Commission launched the public feedback period on the first substantive output for the Digital Services Act: the delegated act on audits.
The European Commission launched a call for evidence on the provisions in the DSA related to data access for researchers. These are designed to better monitor platform providers’ actions to tackle illegal content.
Digital Services Act: Commission designates first set of Very Large Online Platforms and Search Engines
The Commission adopted the first designation decisions under the Digital Services Act (DSA).