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Big Tech to get EU guidance in early 2023 on Digital Markets Act application

Meta, Apple, Amazon and Google will get crucial details in the first quarter of 2023 on how the European Commission will enforce the powerful new Digital Markets Act, designed to limit their power online. 
The EU executive will publish “detailed arrangements” on how tech gatekeepers can comply with the bans

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