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Who Should Enforce the Digital Services Act?

by Christophe Carugati

The EU’s Digital Services Act (DSA) will create new transparency and accountability rules for online services. The DSA would continue the principle enshrined in the eCommerce Directive that online services are subject to the law of the member state where they are established. However, some member states have proposed changing the DSA so that member states can enforce rules for any online intermediary providing services in their country. The purpose of this change would be to prevent underenforcement but the risk is that this change would create fragmentation of the Digital Single Market.

The Center for Data Innovation hosted a panel discussion on the enforcement framework in the DSA, the role of the Member States and the Commission, and how the European Parliament should address these issues.

Date and Time:

  • November 16, 2021, 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM (EST) / 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM (CET)


  • Vinous Ali, Coordinator, Digital Future for Europe
  • Enrico Camilli, Policy Officer & Lawyer, European Commission
  • Manon Tabaczynsky, Senior Policy Officer, Allied for Startups
  • Christophe Carugati, Senior Analyst, Center for Data Innovation (moderator)

Follow @DataInnovation and join the discussion on Twitter with the hashtag #datainnovation.

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