The European Parliament's Internal Market Committee has voted 43-1 in favour of the provisional agreement on the proposed Digital Markets Act between Parliament and the Council of the European Union. German MEP Andreas Schwab said that the EU Parliament "stands united against the unfair practices of gatekeepers" and stressed the desire to "fast-track this law while making it better." The DMA and the proposed Digital Services Act are both expected to be placed before Parliament for a final vote in July. In a separate interview with Protocol, Parliament Andres Schwab discussed how the proposed Digital Markets Act would affect technology companies and be a model for global policymakers. The IAPP produced an infographic detailing the EU's data laws, including the DMA.
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