The Issue – regulating digital technologies
Regulators are increasingly enacting laws and putting forward policy guidelines and regulatory proposals for digital markets and the European Union plays a key role in setting these global standards. The European Parliament has also just agreed to establish new rules for competition and consumer rights in the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and the Digital Services Act (DSA), which are likely to come into force in 2024. Similarly, a roadmap for the regulation of Artificial Intelligence is on the way.
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Transparency is usually seen as integral to corporate responsibility best practice. It allows closer scrutiny of those firms claiming CR credentials. But, if we want optimal outcomes in terms of industry wide adoption of CR practices, it may pay to tolerate a little hypocrisy at times – rather than highlighting the difference between what a firm says about CR and what it actually does.
Article first published on 01.12.2016 / Updated on 12.03.2021 with the new version of the research paper A Bait-and-Switch Model of Corporate Social Responsibility.
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The introduction of new digital technologies raises some complex and problematic ethical issues for organizations, yet there is no standard approach to tackling these issues. To remedy this situation Benjamin Mueller and his colleagues introduce the concept of Corporate Digital Responsibility and provide a CDR framework to guide executives.
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