BEUC argues that self-regulation of digital platforms is not enough

The EU Institutions are working towards the adoption of a Digital Services Act package to clarify the roles and responsibilities of online platforms, to maintain effective competition in markets characterised by large platforms acting as gatekeepers and significant network effects, and to tackle the dissemination of illegal content and the sale of illicit, dangerous or counterfeit … Continue reading BEUC argues that self-regulation of digital platforms is not enough

Facebook calls for regulation

In February 2020, Facebook issued a white paper calling for stricter regulation of harmful content online and for the creation of new type of regulator that will have “proficiency in data, operations, and online content.” Facebook advocates for a regulatory framework whereby governments, companies and civil society share responsibilities and work together to reduce harmful … Continue reading Facebook calls for regulation