The UK Competition Authority publishes report setting out recommendations which the Government could implement to regulate technology firms in a way that promotes competition in digital markets

In December 2020, the CMA’s Digital Markets Taskforce (DMT) published its report setting out 15 recommendations [1] which the UK Government could implement to regulate technology firms with ‘strategic market status’ (SMS) in a way that promotes competition, innovation and protects consumers and businesses in digital markets. The DMT’s recommendations follow the UK Government’s endorsement of the proposals set out in the CMA’s online platforms and digital advertising market study [2]- a key proposal was the creation of a Digital Markets Unit (DMU) with duties to address the market power of the most powerful digital firms. The DMT’s recommended approach is to implement a regime that, unlike traditional enforcement, can respond quickly to competition concerns in digital markets in a

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Anna Stellardi, Anna Morfey, Stella Gartagani, Kio Gwilliam, The UK Competition Authority publishes report setting out recommendations which the Government could implement to regulate technology firms in a way that promotes competition in digital markets, 8 December 2020, e-Competitions December 2020, Art. N° 98738

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