DSA trilogue: Council is pushing, Parliament is in no hurry

At the second trilogue round of negotiations on the Digital Services Act (DSA), it became clear that the pressure to reach an agreement is primarily on the Council’s side. The French Council Presidency wants to have negotiated the two major digital dossiers, the DMA and the DSA, in time for the presidential elections in France in mid-April. According to negotiators, the parliamentary motto is thoroughness before speed.

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