The EU Digital Services Act: where'd it come from, what's included, and how can you get involved
In December 2020 the European Commission proposed its Digital Services Act (DSA). This draft law, that deals with content responsibility and platform regulation, closely mirrors the EU policy vision that Mozilla and our allies have articulated over the last two years. It looks set to radically transform the regulatory environment, and influence discussions about regulating Big Tech in other regions.
This session will provide an overview of the DSA - everything you need to know, and what it all means. We’ll outline how Mozilla is engaging and how the DSA might be an opportunity to advance some of our ongoing campaigning asks around platform accountability. We’ll also focus on how the draft law is likely to move through the EU lawmaking process, and discuss how the broader community can influence its development.
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