Eurochambres reaction to the Commission’s proposal for a regulation on a Single Market for Digital Services Act


The proposal of the European Commission for a Digital Services Act (DSA) is arguably one of the most important legislative proposals reshaping the regulatory framework governing digital services in the EU. For almost two decades, the e-commerce directive shaped and defined the rules for digital services. While the principles of the latter are still valid, a review of the rulebook is certainly welcome as legislation needs to be adapted to the current realities of commerce in the digital sphere.