The EU Digital Markets Act has entered into force. The regulation aims to “put an end to unfair practices by companies that act as gatekeepers in the online platform economy,” the European Commission said. The DMA defines qualifying large online platforms as “gatekeepers” and establishes a list of “do’s and don’ts” they must implement “to ensure fair and open digital markets.” The DMA’s provisions will apply starting May 2, 2023. Editor’s note: The IAPP Research and Insights team provided an overview of the DMA, including the law’s main requirements, enforcement and oversight structure.
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