Antitrust Antitrust

National watchdogs could probe but not punish DMA breaches, says EU governments' compromise text

By Lewis Crofts
  • 13 Oct 2021 06:56
  • 13 Oct 2021 06:56
Antitrust watchdogs in European countries would be able to investigate suspected breaches of a new EU law limiting the power of digital "gatekeepers," but enforcement would be reserved for the regulator in Brussels, according to a compromise text prepared for EU governments.

EU member states are seeking changes to the draft Digital

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