DSA investigations expected to take months, not years

18/06/2024 | Yahoo News

In comments given to Euronews, Gerard de Graaf, the European Commission's Senior Envoy for Digital to the US and Head of the EU Office in San Francisco, said that ongoing investigations into online technology platforms under the Digital Services Act (DSA) are expected to be completed within months, rather than years. While no specific deadline is specified for concluding investigations, De Graaf highlighted the Commission's commitment to not prolonging the process unnecessarily. He explained that all relevant elements must be considered, and companies are encouraged to propose remedies to address the issues under scrutiny. 

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