In enforcing the DMA, the EU should learn from GDPR's failings

16/11/2023 | Tech Policy Press

A panel discussion at the annual Computers, Privacy, and Data Protection Conference in Brussels addressed several challenges related to the enforcement of the EU Digital Markets Act (DMA) rules. The panel, hosted by ARTICLE 19, aimed to bridge the gap between the DMA rules and the EU frameworks for data protection. To ensure the DMA enforcement efforts are effective, ARTICLE 19 has proposed the Commission publish an enforcement plan, consider proposals by Member States and national competition authorities, and work regularly with civil society organisations. In addition, the Commission should adopt a collaborative and transparent approach to avoid enforcement failures of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

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