EU launches participatory study on the future of online platforms

The European Commission has launched a call for tender for a two-year participatory study on the future of online platforms. With the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA), the EU has created a new legal framework for online platforms. The study is now intended to analyze long-term trends and prospects for online platforms. In this way, the Commission wants to ensure that the legal framework is implemented in a forward-looking manner. At the same time, the study is to provide data for monitoring and thus support the Commission’s work in this area.

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