DSA Final Debate: New gold standard sought

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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