DSA and DMA: supervisor wanted

In the future, the EU Commission will bear the main burden of supervising digital companies. Under the Digital Markets Act (DMA), it will first designate which companies are to be classified as gatekeepers and then ensure that they comply with the specific rules of conduct. In addition, under the Digital Services Act (DSA), the European Parliament and member states entrusted the Brussels authority with the designation and supervision of very large online platforms (VLOPs) – something the authority initially did not intend.

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