CJEU anticipates stream of DMA challenges

20/03/2023 | Reuters

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) expects technology companies will launch legal challenges to the EU Digital Markets Act (DMA) by the end of 2023. A list of gatekeepers, which the DMA classifies as online platforms with more than 45 million users, is due to be announced in September. The CJEU General Court President Marc van der Woude said that companies that disagree with the classification and requirements would likely file a complaint within months. Speaking to Reuters, van der Woude said, "Probably the end of this year, beginning of next year we might see the first cases and I don't think it will stop."

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