Following the conclusion of negotiations on the Digital Markets Act, experts call for effective enforcement of the new rules for digital corporations. “How the DMA will play out now remains an open question, and it depends massively on what enforcement looks like in concrete terms,” says Rupprecht Podszun, director of the Institute for Antitrust Law at Heinrich Heine University in Düsseldorf. It remains to be seen how actively the European Commission takes action against the so-called gatekeepers, how seriously companies strive for compliance, and how the courts behave in disputes.
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