DSA: Dispute over changes comes to a head

The Digital Services Act (DSA) had actually been fully negotiated. However, before the Council and Parliament can give it their final blessing, the political agreement reached shortly before the presidential elections in France still has to be given the final legal form. Here, however, trouble has been brewing for weeks: Some of the wording proposed by the French Council Presidency, as a result, is unacceptable to large sections of the parliamentary representatives.

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