To Break Up or Regulate Big Tech? Avenues to Constrain Private Power in the DSA/DMA Package
112 Pages Posted: 11 Oct 2021 Last revised: 4 Nov 2021
Date Written: October 11, 2021
Are the Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Markets Act (DMA) appropriate instruments to regulate private power in the digital space? From August 30 to September 7, 2021, the Verfassungsblog and the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition co-hosted the online symposium “To Break Up or Regulate Big Tech? Avenues to Constrain Private Power in the DSA/DMA Package“. This eBook brings together the 15 contributions from different perspectives, which were originally published successively on the Verfassungsblog. The collection in this eBook is intended to further advance the scholarly discourse on the regulation of private power.
Authors are Ilaria Buri, Joris van Hoboken, Giovanni De Gregorio, Oreste Pollicino, Alexander Peukert, Naomi Appelman, João Pedro Quintais, Ronan Fahy, Herbert Zech, Catalina Goanta, Hannah Ruschemeier, Paddy Leerssen, Ruth Janal, Teresa Rodríguez de las Heras Ballell, Inge Graef, Jens-Uwe Franck, Martin Peitz, Rupprecht Podszun, Peter Picht, and Suzanne Vergnolle.
Keywords: competition law, data act, data protection, data governance act, data regulation, digital services act, digital markets act, enforcement, fundamental rights, GDPR, platform regulation, private enforcement, private power
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