Mataró is one of the Catalan cities that has taken part in this event, which brings issues related to digitalisation closer to the public.

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The TecnoCampus was the headquarters of theinaugural event, on May 16, of Mobile Week in Mataró, with a  presentation of Simona Levy, theater director, playwright, technopolitical strategist, activist and teacher, who addressed the rights and responsibilities of the digital world and was attended by the mayor and president of the TecnoCampus, David Bote. Within the framework of the Urban Agenda 2030 strategy, after the talk, the debate “Smart cities: digital rights and responsibilities” was opened, with a round table in which they participated Jordi Marin, General Manager of ACEC (Employers of the Consultants of Catalonia); Simona Levi, founder of XNET (Institute for Democratic Digitization); Cristina Columbus, Digital Future Society Director at Mobile World Capital Barcelona; Paula Boet Serrano, Project Manager in digital rights, digital inclusion & AI at Barcelona City Council; i Alfonso Palacios Gonzalez, coordinator of the Degree in Computer Engineering in Management and Information Systems at Tecnocampus. 

In addition, the TecnoCampus has coordinated a series ofevents within the general programming of Mobile Week in Mataró: three presentations (on cybersecurity in the virtual world; digital transformation and blockchain; and Web 3.0) and a round table, entitled 'Women and video games'. The activities are aimed at companies, entrepreneurs, students and the general public and aim to promote the digital skills of all citizens and avoid the digital divide. 


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