The final debate on the European Parliament’s position on the Digital Services Act (DSA) was characterized by weighty words on the role of the European regulatory framework. A set of rules that – depending on the perspective – is intended to put a stop to the Internet giants, fraudsters and radicals on the Net, or even the Wild West. EP rapporteur Christel Schaldemose (S&D) spoke of a “gold standard of digital regulation” that, like the General Data Protection Regulation, should serve as a model internationally and be emulated.
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