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48 Global Cities Work on Regulatory Framework for Digital Platforms

During the Sharing Cities Summit 2018, cities such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Lisbon, Madrid, Montreal, New York, Paris, São Paulo, Seoul, Singapore, Stockholm, and Vienna agreed on a Declaration of Principles and Commitments of the Sharing Cities.
November 16, 2018, 1pm PST | PabloValerio | @pabl0valerio
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The Declaration of 13 November 2018 integrates different viewpoints of cities on the platform economy and updates and expands upon the set of 7 principles established during the New York meeting in 2017. It incorporates three new principles: one on the differentiation between platform models, depending on the impact they produce; a second one on the defense of the sovereignty of cities regarding big digital platforms; and the third principle regarding public support policies for the collaborative economy that have a positive impact.

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Published on Wednesday, November 14, 2018 in Cities of the Future
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