The EU Commission sees the DMA enter into force, ensuring open and fair digital markets

Digital Markets Act: rules for digital gatekeepers to ensure open markets enter into force* Tomorrow, the EU Digital Markets Act (DMA) will enter into force. The new Regulation will put an end to unfair practices by companies that act as gatekeepers in the online platform economy. It was proposed by the Commission in December 2020 and agreed by the European Parliament and the Council in record-time, in March 2022. The DMA defines when a large online platform qualifies as a “gatekeeper”. These are digital platforms that provide an important gateway between business users and consumers – whose position can grant them the power to act as a private rule maker, and thus creating a bottleneck in the digital economy. To address these issues, the DMA will define a series of obligations they

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European Commission, The EU Commission sees the DMA enter into force, ensuring open and fair digital markets, 1 November 2022, e-Competitions October 2022, Art. N° 109319

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