European Commission publishes consumer profiling templates under DMA

12/12/2023 | European Commission

The European Commission has published templates for gatekeepers to report on consumer profiling methods and independent audits under the Digital Markets Act (DMA). Gatekeepers have until 7 March 2024 to submit their consumer reports and non-confidential filings. 

In a related article, Reuters reports that a bipartisan group of 21 members of the US House of Representatives have written to President Joe Biden outlining their concern over the European Union's the operation and enformcement of the DMA. The group warned that the new rules are unfairly targeting American companies and not including many Chinese or EU firms. The lawmakers have urged President Biden to secure commitments from the EU that the rules will be enforced fairly, as the new policies could potentially damage American economic and security interests. 

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