The Digital Services Act (DSA), a major EU regulation for online content, was signed into law yesterday.
The DSA together with the Digital Markets Act (the DMA) form part of an EU legislative strategy that seeks to create a level playing field for both big and small businesses in the digital world, create a harmonized approach to doing business online and to create a safer environment for users online.
What ‘s new
More particularly, the DSA aims to achieve the following objectives:
- Establish a powerful transparency and accountability framework for internet intermediaries:
The DSA will hold intermediaries