Digital supervisory regime: Pay up, please?

DMA, DSA, and AI Regulation have one thing in common: Their effectiveness is questionable without enforcement. How this is to be done in concrete terms is one of the thorny questions, that is answered differently in each of the legislative acts. Particularly under the impression of deficits in the decentrally organized enforcement of the GDPR by national authorities, Parliament, Council, and Commission have pushed ahead with the search for alternative models. One of the lessons of the GDPR: If nation states have a strong vested interest in a weak supervisory authority, European consistency of enforcement is hard to guarantee. However, this would be a massive problem for the effectiveness of the DSA, DMA, and AI Act.

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