Mischon de Reya has published a comparison of the overlapping areas and key differences between the Online Safety Bill with the EU Digital Services Act (DSA). The analysis looks at the services and content that fall within the scope, risk assessment and reporting responsibilities, freedom of speech and advertising.
UPDATE: 201222 - A related post examines the changes in the Bill following the press release and two Ministerial statements (here and here) at the end of November and asks whether it will survive. The article also notes the government has announced that the Parliamentary session will be extended until autumn 2023, making it likely the Bill will become law in some shape or form.
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