Re: European Digital Markets Act (was Re: What we might produce)

On 2021-12-06 11:08, Vittorio Bertola wrote:
>> Il 06/12/2021 08:29 Mark Nottingham <> ha scritto:
>> #2 requires us to wait -- I'm not aware of any current, concrete
>> proposals for interoperability remedies from regulators. Have I
>> missed any?
> There's several ones in the upcoming Digital Markets Act which is
> going to be voted upon in first reading next week by the European
> Parliament - they were expanded after significant pressure by NGOs
> (EDRi, EFF, Article 19...) and by the coalition of companies I
> co-founded. They may still be changed or removed in the rest of the
> legislative process, but here they are in their current version.

Some additional context on top of these (great) details: the DMA covers 
app stores, search, social networking, video platforms, IM, OSs, cloud 
services, and advertising. The latest compromise amendments also add a 
few more things like browsers, virtual assistants, connected TVs, smart 
devices, internet of things, and embedded digital services in vehicles.

So, you know, the small stuff.

Robin Berjon
VP Data Governance
The New York Times Company

Received on Monday, 6 December 2021 16:27:26 UTC