Webinar

Regulation of platforms : The EU Digital Services Act

Webinar of the "Law & Economics" Series organised by Concurrences, in partnership with Analysis Group, Booking.com and Fréget & Associés, with Thomas Kramler (Head of Unit - Antitrust: E-commerce and data economy, DG COMP), Alexandre de Streel (Professor, University of Namur | Director, Centre on Information, Law and Society (CRIDS/Namur Digital Institute) | Joint-Academic Director, Centre on Regulation in Europe (CERRE), Antoine Chapsal (Partner, Analysis Group), Olivier Fréget (Founding partner, Fréget & Associés), Anne-Claire Hoyng (Director - Global competition and consumer law, Booking.com).

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Antoine Chapsal presented the topic of the webinar by identifying initiatives of the European Commission, and especially the Digital Services Act, as initiatives that have furthered the ongoing debate about the regulation of digital platforms. Mr Chapsal then introduced the panellists and opened the discussions with a few economic considerations concerning the regulation of platforms.

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