Bengi Zeybek and Joris van Hoboken (Institute for Information Law, IViR – University of Amsterdam) Introduction Effective implementation and enforcement of the DSA are crucial to realizing its goals: promotion of fundamental rights and innovation in digital services, and harmonization of rules to improve and safeguard the functioning of the internal market. The DSA has been subject […]
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On behalf of the European Copyright Society, DSA Observatory’s researcher João Pedro Quintais (IViR, University of Amsterdam), together with Alexander Peukert (Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main), Martin Husovec (London School of Economics), Martin Kretschmer (CREATe, University of Glasgow), Peter Mezei (University of Szeged), issued a comment on “Copyright and the Digital Services Act”. Copyright enforcement online is a major issue in the context […]
Ilaria Buri (Institute for Information Law, IViR, University of Amsterdam) On 14 December 2021, the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) Committee of the European Parliament adopted its final report on the Digital Services Act (DSA) proposal. The report – together with new additional amendments proposed over the past weeks – will be voted upon […]
Jesper Lund (IT-Pol Denmark) The position of Denmark on the DSA proposal The Danish government must seek a mandate from the European Affairs Committee of the Danish Parliament on all EU legislative dossiers. In the Danish government, the DSA proposal is primarily handled by the Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs. Denmark supports the […]
Ilaria Buri and Joris van Hoboken On last 25 November, the Council (Competitiveness) meeting approved its negotiating position (general approach text) on the DSA. Far from turning the Commission’s proposal upside down, the Council’s amendments clarify and expand certain (limited) aspects of the proposal, but do not fundamentally alter the content and structure of […]
Ronan Ó Fathaigh (Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam) The purpose of this report is to provide a brief overview of the Irish government’s position on the European Commission’s proposal for a Digital Services Act (DSA). It first sets out Ireland’s position based on publicly-available documents and media reporting; then provides the broader […]
Wednesday 24 November 2021, 15.30-17.00 (to be held online) This workshop will focus on the intersection of content moderation with access to justice in the European context. It ties in with the current debate on the Digital Services Act (DSA) which is meant to protect European citizens when they use or are impacted by […]
Clémént Perarnaud (Brussels School of Governance, BSOG-VUB) Since the first rounds of negotiations on the DSA proposal, Spain has been an active member state in the Council of the EU at the working group level. Spain is among the countries which shared a position paper to the rest of the delegations in the Council […]
Ilaria Buri (Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam) The French position on the DSA proposal It shouldn’t come as a surprise that France is playing a very active and central role in the current discussions on the DSA package. Not only is the DSA one of the defining proposals of this EU legislature, but […]
Naomi Appelman (Institute for Information Law, IViR – University of Amsterdam) The position of Germany on the DSA proposal Recent reporting shed light onto the German position in the EU negotiations for the Digital Services Act (DSA) (see Netzpolitik, Tagesspiegel and Euractiv). Central to its position in these negotiations is the possible tension between Germany’s […]