Archiv: Digital Markets Act


12.05.2022 - 16:21 [ theParadise.ng ]

EU, UK join US in Launching Online ‘Disinformation’ Policies, ‘One-World Governance’ of Social Media

These steps come as part of a broader crackdown on the “spread of disinformation” called for by the Act, requiring platforms to “flag hate speech, eliminate any kind of terrorist propaganda” and implement “frameworks to quickly take down illicit content.”

Regarding alleged “disinformation,” these platforms will be mandated to create a “crisis response mechanism” to combat the spread of such content, with the Act specifically citing the conflict between Russia and Ukraine and the “manipulation” of online content that has ensued.

12.05.2022 - 15:38 [ Daphne Keller, Stanford Cyber Policy Center / Twitter ]

I’m on NPR, warning smaller platforms that they need to start gearing up for DSA compliance and singing the praises of career civil servants in Brussels.

12.05.2022 - 15:04 [ Naomi Brockwell, Tech journalist / Twitter ]

The EU has proposed the most sophisticated mass surveillance system ever deployed outside of China & the USSR. It will mandate device-scanning, including encrypted messages.

(11.05.2022)

@matthew_d_green will dive into the details on tomorrow’s live show, 4pmEDT

12.05.2022 - 14:54 [ Wikipedia ]

Digital Services Act

On 22 April 2022, European policymakers reached an agreement on the Digital Services Act.[7] The final stage before the two bills come into law, is the vote by representatives of the individual parliaments and policymakers from the 27 member nations, which is considered to be a formality.

12.05.2022 - 14:42 [ Reporters for Freedom of the Press ]

EU poised to impose sweeping social media regulation with Digital Services Act

The DSA, and its partner regulation, the Digital Markets Act, were introduced to the European Parliament in 2020. The European Commission said the regulations were intended to accomplish two goals: “create a safer digital space in which the fundamental rights of all users of digital services are protected” and “establish a level playing field to foster innovation, growth, and competitiveness, both in the European Single Market and globally.”

24.04.2022 - 08:44 [ Tichys Einblick ]

„Digital Services Act“: EU beschließt härtere Regulierungen von Online-Plattformen

Die EU ermöglicht die schnellere Löschung von illegalen Inhalten und sogenannter „Hassrede“. Gerichte werden ausgehebelt und Plattformen in grundrechtssensiblen Fragen zu unmittelbarer Ausführung von behördlichen Anordnungen verpflichtet.

23.04.2022 - 22:15 [ Tagesschau.de ]

Hetze im Internet: EU einigt sich auf Digitalgesetz gegen Hass

Kriegspropaganda, Lügen, Hass und Hetze – all das soll es im Internet bald weniger geben. Die EU hat sich auf ein wegweisendes Gesetz verständigt.

23.04.2022 - 22:04 [ Netzpolitik.org ]

EU einigt sich auf Digitale-Dienste-Gesetz

Die Europäische Union steht vor dem Beschluss einer Verordnung, die europaweit einheitliche Regeln für Online-Dienste wie Instagram, TikTok und eBay schaffen soll. Verhandler:innen der EU-Kommission, der Mitgliedstaaten und des Parlaments einigten sich nach einem 16-stündigen Verhandlungsendspurt in Brüssel auf einen fertigen Text für das Digitale-Dienste-Gesetz. Er soll noch vor dem Sommer endgültig beschlossen werden.