DMA: second trilogue to produce first results

The European Parliament, the Council, and the Commission have been negotiating the Digital Markets Act for three weeks, and the first compromises could now be finalized today at the second trilogue. According to reports, this includes including web browsers and virtual assistants in the scope of the regulations. Negotiators also say that there has already been widespread agreement on the provisions intended to prevent gatekeeper platforms from circumventing the conduct requirements (Article 7).

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