Legal challenges expected after Digital Markets Act’s implementation
The EU Digital Markets Act (DMA) is set to take effect in early 2023, yet some EU officials are wary about the forthcoming conflicts around its implementation. Gerard de Graaf, set to become the head of the EU office in Silicon Valley, is reportedly expecting legal pushbacks from Big Tech companies. Amazon has been engaging with the EU over sentiments that a few US companies are targeted by the bloc. Within the EU bloc, officials foresee potential turf wars between the Member States and the Commission as the DMA will concentrate authority in the hands of the latter, thereby constraining the range of actions the former could take against the Big Tech.
Source: Financial Times