Improving EU Institutional Design to Better Supervise Digital Platforms

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Publication Date January 2022
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As it currently stands, an increasing number of EU laws overlap and simultaneously apply to the provision of a specific digital service, but they rely on different institutional frameworks for implementation. However, it is key that these institutional frameworks are coherent and that the authorities in charge of the different EU laws cooperate with each other.

To contribute to such a debate on effective enforcement - particularly important as EU lawmakers discussed the institutional framework for the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and Digital Services Act (DSA), CERRE released this report. It takes stock of existing institutional models, evaluates each model by studying its effectiveness and consistency, and recommends improvements to the overall system to ensure more enforcement coherence and effectiveness of EU Platform Laws. It also includes several case studies of cross-countries and cross-legal regime cooperation.

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