This report is intended to analyze the two legislative proposals called “Digital Services Act” and “Digital Markets Act”, submitted in December 2020 from the European Commission to the European Parliament. For the first time ever, a common set of rules on obligations and liabilities of intermediaries within the Single Market will open new opportunities for the provision of cross-border digital services, while ensuring a high level of protection for all users, regardless of their residence within the European Union. In particular, the report tries to shed a light on the everyday relevance of this new regulation for digital users, also by analyzing some previous cases, such as Google and Amazon.
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