How the Digital Markets Act Could Reshape the EU’s Digital Economy

Wednesday, December 9, 2020 - 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Virtual Briefing

The European Commission is planning to present the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA) in December, a legislative package that will have far-reaching implications for the EU’s digital economy. Early drafts of these plans suggest that the Commission will ban some practices by search engines, operating systems, and cloud service providers to address concerns that their practices are unfair for consumers and new market entrants. For example, the Commission may force businesses to share commercial data, ban platforms from giving preferential ranking of its own services, and prohibit sites from automatically signing users into more than one of its services. These regulations could have different impacts on platforms depending on their business models.

Join ITIF's Center for Data Innovation to discuss how the DSA and DMA can promote and protect competition and innovation in digital markets while preserving consumer choice.

Watch on the Center for Data Innovation's website. 

12/09/2020 15:0012/09/2020 16:00Europe/BerlinITIF Event: How the Digital Markets Act Could Reshape the EU’s Digital EconomyVirtual BriefingMore information:
Eline Chivot
Senior Policy Analyst
Center for Data Innovation
Ricardo Castanheira
Digital Counselor
Permanent Representation of Portugal to the European Union
Deirdre Clune
European Parliament
Carel Maske
Senior Attorney
Bartlomiej Telejko
EU Public Policy Manager