Digital and competition: Should the rules be changed? (10 March 2021)

Digital and Competition: Should the Rules Be Changed? #2 Keynote Speech by Commissioner Thierry Breton & Tipping: Should Regulators Intervene Before or After? 10 March 2021. Verbatim transcript of oral presentations provided by Concurrences without prior vetting by the speakers. The views and opinions expressed in this document do not necessarily represent those of the speakers’ institution or clients.

First, I would like to congratulate Concurrences for organising this series of webinars. It is an extremely important event and subject for all of us, for our companies and especially for the Commission of Internal Market. I am in charge of our companies in Europe, so this is a very important topic that we will discuss this afternoon on what is happening in the digital space, which is extremely important for all of us. Before I start to enter into details, you know that we have two acts that we presented a few weeks ago, the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA). I will speak mainly today about the DMA, which I think is your main concern—in other words, how to organise, regulate, and have fair competition in the digital space. I would like to put this in

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Thierry Breton, Digital and competition: Should the rules be changed? (10 March 2021), May 2021, Concurrences N° 2-2021, Art. N° 99874,

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