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The EU Digital Markets Act: The limitation of the market power of BigTech in favour of a competitive digital economy
By Vincent WELLENS Aline BLEICHER, NautaDutilh Avocats Luxembourg S.à r.l.*   In February 2020, the European Commission published its vision on “Shaping Europe’s Digital Future”, which proposed the adoption of a Digital Services Act package in view of mitigating the adverse effects to innovators, businesses, and new market entrants in digital markets caused by entities which due to their scale, essentially act as gatekeepers to said markets.   The package comprises two EU regulations: the homonymous Digital Services Act (“DSA”), primarily focusing on a broader regulation of online intermediaries offering their services in the EU (such as limit illegal and harmful online activities and curb the spread of misinformation); and the...
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