16 Associations Call For a “fair, workable and effective” Digital Services Act

BY Heather Greenfield
March 10, 2022

Brussels, BELGIUM — The Computer & Communications Industry Association has joined 15 trade associations in urging legislators to achieve “a fair, workable and effective compromise on the DSA that will secure a vibrant and innovative digital economy for Europe for decades to come.”

The letter to the French Council Presidency, MEPs and European Commission invite policymakers to strike a balance between consumer protection and innovation, and recognise the value of targeted advertising. DSA should maintain its horizontal character and be future-proof.

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