Internet of Things: The European Commission publishes its final report on its sector inquiry into consumer Internet of Things that highlights a variety of competition issues, many of which are addressed under the Digital Markets Act

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. The news on competition law in digital markets continues to be particularly rich at the beginning of 2022: while major industrial initiatives are being deployed(GaiaX, semiconductors) and a political agreement was reached on March 24 on the Digital Market Act [hereinafter "DMA"], with the prospect of adoption before the end of the year, it is the sector inquiry on the Internet of Things for consumers that has just been completed, and for which the Commission is publishing the final report. This column has already reported

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Michel Debroux, Internet of Things: The European Commission publishes its final report on its sector inquiry into consumer Internet of Things that highlights a variety of competition issues, many of which are addressed under the Digital Markets Act, 20 January 2022, Concurrences N° 2-2022, Art. N° 106403, p. 84-85

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