The Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union announced final approval of the Digital Services Act. Czech Minister for Industry and Trade Jozef Síkela touted the law as "the ‘gold standard’ for other regulators in the world" given how it sets "new standards for a safer and more accountable online environment." The DSA will apply to companies 15 months after it is published in the EU Official Journal. Meanwhile, former French Secretary of State for the Digital Sector Cédric O discussed effects of the EU's data initiatives and divergence from shared digital policies with the U.S.
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