DMA/DSA: Has Europe really given itself the means to achieve its ambitions?

In order to upgrade the rules governing digital players operating in the internal market and to improve the regulatory framework for digital services, on December 15th, 2020, the European Commission published two legislative initiatives: the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA). This On-Topic set of articles discusses the major issues related to these two proposals and introduces their content. It is divided into three parts. After introductory and transversal remarks on the two acts, the DMA and then the DSA will be examined more closely.

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. Table of Contents: Introductory remarks - DMA/DSA: good but can do better, Daniel Fasquelle, Professor, Université du Littoral-Côte d'Opale, Boulogne I. General issues Europe adapting to the digital age, Olivier Guersent, Director General, DG Comp, European Commission, Brussels From Directive 2000/31/EC to the DSA and DMA Regulations, Christiane Féral-Schuhl, Partner, Féral-Schuhl / Sainte-Marie, Paris A historical ambition and legal uncertainties to be resolved: A marketplace's view of the DSA and DMA, Marie Even, Deputy General Manager, Cdiscount, Bordeaux II. Digital Markets Act The Digital Markets Act: What regulation of digital platforms?, Laure de La

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