Following the European Commission’s proposals for the Digital Services (DSA) and Digital Markets (DMA) Acts and the publication of CERRE’s reports on the DSA and DMA, the latter of which has been referenced in the Commission’s DMA Impact Assessment Report, CERRE is hosting a series of livestreamed online ‘rendez-vous’ events to debate the DSA and DMA package, delving into specific aspects of each proposal. The first ‘rendez-vous’, “Digital Markets Act: Prohibitions and obligations to be imposed”, took place on Tuesday 19 January.
The second, “Digital Markets Act: Prohibitions and obligations to be imposed”, will bring together key players from the online platforms and telecommunications industries, policy makers, European startups and academics to discuss the prohibitions and obligations to be imposed on online platforms outlined in the European Commission’s proposal for the DMA alongside CERRE’s DMA recommendations for the scope, criteria for intervention and prohibitions/obligations.
This debate, moderated by CERRE Tech, Media, Telecom & Mobility Director Lara Natale, will be livestreamed here and via YouTube on Tuesday 9 February at 16:00 CET. Viewers will have the chance to ask questions during the event. Speakers will be announced soon.
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