European Commission creates DMA advisory group

24/03/2023 | European Commission

The European Commission has adopted a decision to create a high-level group offering implementation advice and expertise on the EU Digital Markets Act (DMA). A total of 30 representatives will be appointed from European regulatory bodies and consumer networks, including the European Data Protection Supervisor (EDPS) and European Data Protection Board (EDPB). In addition to providing   

advice ensuring the DMA and related gatekeeper regulations are implemented in a "coherent and complementary manner," the group may also contribute towards "market investigations into emerging services and practices." 

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