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Digital Markets Act Impact assessment support study

: executive summary and synthesis report

Autor(es):
Comisión Europea. Dirección General de Redes de Comunicación, Contenido y Tecnologías | WIK-Consult GmbH‏ | ICF.
Editor: Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union, December 2020Descripción: 33 p. : tab. ; 1 documento PDF.Tipo de contenido: texto (visual)
Tipo de medio: electrónico
Tipo de soporte: recurso en línea
ISBN: 978-92-76-27450-6.Tema(s): Economía digital | publicidad | cloud computing | consumidor | mercado único digital | política regulatoriaRecursos en línea: AbiertoAcceso al documento Resumen: The digitisation of services has driven widespread innovation, increased competition and consumer benefits. However, digitisation has also been associated with the ability of certain players to act as gatekeepers, with the power to impose unfair terms on dependent businesses to limit the scope for dynamic new entry. Available evidence suggests that existing measures are insufficient to address these problems, and that Europe would benefit from the introduction of EU-wide legislation to apply ex ante regulatory obligations on gatekeeper platforms. The impact of this measure could be maximised by combining clear requirements in the legislation with the ability to apply more tailored solutions in cases where it is not possible to make the designation of gatekeepers or design of associated obligations entirely self-executing. Such measures would best be applied by the European Commission with the support of a network of experts from national administrations
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The digitisation of services has driven widespread innovation, increased competition and consumer benefits. However, digitisation has also been associated with the ability of certain players to act as gatekeepers, with the power to impose unfair terms on dependent businesses to limit the scope for dynamic new entry. Available evidence suggests that existing measures are insufficient to address these problems, and that Europe would benefit from the introduction of EU-wide legislation to apply ex ante regulatory obligations on gatekeeper platforms. The impact of this measure could be maximised by combining clear requirements in the legislation with the ability to apply more tailored solutions in cases where it is not possible to make the designation of gatekeepers or design of associated obligations entirely self-executing. Such measures would best be applied by the European Commission with the support of a network of experts from national administrations

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