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Daily Dashboard | EU institutions work toward DSA; DMA resolutions ongoing Related reading: Will China’s new certification rules be a popular legal path for outbound data transfers?

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  • Euractiv reports the Council of the EU drafted a compromise text on the proposed Digital Services Act that includes updated provisions on "dark patterns" and children's privacy protections. The new proposal contains a limited definition of dark patterns and who is not allowed to use them while children's protections have been limited to a platform "primarily aimed at minors or is pre-dominantly used by them."
  • Also from Euractiv, negotiations between EU institutions on the Digital Markets Act have entered their final stages. Discussions on gatekeeper obligations, scope and governance are expected at a fourth trilogue at the end of March.

Editor's note: IAPP's Jetty Tielemans explored the privacy implications of the DMA and the DSA.

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