Digital Policy

The Digital Policy Committee represents the interests of AmCham Germany members in the digital sector as a central contact. The committee is made up of representatives from American and German companies. We follow the digital policy debates in Germany and provide detailed and constructive suggestions for regulations and political projects. The committee meets regularly with representatives from politics, science, business and society to discuss current issues, challenges and solutions in digital policy.

(Note: Until April 2020, the Digital Policy Committee was called the Telecommunications, Internet & Media (TIM) Committee.)

Digital Policy News

Internet & Media

Court Ruling on EU-US Privacy Shield

AmCham Germany has co-signed a letter to Wilbur Ross, Secretary, US Department of Commerce, calling for the US administration to work closely with the…

Internet & Media

Briefing: California Consumer Privacy Act

California’s much-debated privacy law officially took effect on January 1, 2020.

Internet & Media

Digital Policy Committee meeting with Eva Christiansen

Great discussion at today’s Digital Policy Committee meeting with Eva Christiansen, Department Head of Digital Policy and Strategic IT Regulation at…

Digital Policy Committee

The Digital Policy Committee is the voice of AmCham Germany's member companies in the field of telecommunications, internet and media and aims to create fair competition as well as an innovation and investment-friendly climate in those markets.


TIM Milestones - Kernforderungen für den Innovationsstandort Deutschland (März 2018)

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Stellungnahme zum Grünbuch "Digitale Plattformen" des BMWi

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Stellungnahme zum Entwurf eines Gesetzes zur Erhöhung der Sicherheit informationstechnischer Systeme (IT-Sicherheitsgesetz)

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TIM Position Statement: Current Developments in Public Procurement Law

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