Digital Services Act (DSA) - an overview

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In the future, the Digital Services Act (DSA) will uniformly regulate the activities of providers of digital services within the EU. Alongside the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and other regulatory projects, the DSA is one of the flagship projects of the European Union as part of a comprehensive European digital strategy. The DSA came into force on 16 November 2022 and will essentially apply as of 17 February 2024.

This series of articles will keep you up to date.

In this series

Information technology

Digital Services Act (DSA): What digital intermediaries need to know

21 February 2024

by Multiple authors

DSA National Implementation

17 February 2024

by Multiple authors

Technology, media & communications

145 days DSA for VLOPs: The takeaways for smaller service providers

17 January 2024

by Multiple authors

Technology, media & communications

A snapshot of the DSA’s impact on media companies

Philipp Koehler and Thomas Walter look at the issues faced by many media companies when deciding whether or not they fall within scope of the EU’s Digital Services Act.

12 June 2023

by Philipp Koehler, Thomas Walter

Technology, media & communications

Overview Digital Legislation EU

1 February 2023

by Thanos Rammos, LL.M.

Technology, media & communications

Digital Services Act – an overview

Gregor Schmid and Philipp Koehler highlight the key elements of the incoming EU Digital Services Act.

19 September 2022

by Dr. Gregor Schmid, LL.M. (Cambridge), Philipp Koehler

Technology, media & communications

The EU's DSA and the UK's OSB: a comparison of their approaches to online safety

Adam Rendle looks at the differences and similarities in the approach of the EU and UK to online safety under incoming legislation.

19 September 2022

by Adam Rendle

Technology, media & communications

What is the scope of the Digital Services Act?

Alexander Schmalenberger looks at the scope of the Digital Services Act, what it covers and who is caught.

19 September 2022

by Alexander Schmalenberger, LL.B.

Technology, media & communications

Online intermediaries and illegal content under the Digital Services Act

Johanna Götz looks at the DSA's approach to online intermediary responsibility for illegal content.

19 September 2022

by Dr. Johanna Götz

Technology, media & communications

Duties under the Digital Services Act

Alexander Schmalenberger looks at the main obligations on intermediaries (other than those relating to illegal content).

19 September 2022

by Alexander Schmalenberger, LL.B.

Technology, media & communications

The DSA: advertising, dark patterns and recommender systems

Maarten Rijks and Annemijn Schipper look at the impact of the DSA on targeted advertising and the use of dark patterns and recommender systems.

19 September 2022

by Maarten Rijks, Annemijn Schipper

Technology, media & communications

New KYBC obligations for online platforms

Sasun Sepoyan and Otto Sleeking look at the impact of Article 24c of the DSA.

19 September 2022

by Sasun Sepoyan, Otto Sleeking

Technology, media & communications

National enforcement of the Digital Services Act

Elisa-Marlen Eschborn looks at the Member State enforcement provisions of the DSA.

19 September 2022

by Elisa-Marlen Eschborn, LL.M. (Turin)

Data & cyber

Digital Services Act (DSA) - an overview

by Multiple authors

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