Yesterday, the Committee of Permanent Representatives (COREPER) in the Council adopted the trilogue compromise on the Digital Services Act. Under the French Council Presidency, the representatives of the member states had to contend with a number of obstacles: The DSA had to be unified in the trilogue before the presidential election in France. As a result, however, there was a lack of precision at some points, and consultation with the member states was not always satisfactory, according to negotiating circles.
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