EU regulators seek public feedback before drafting new rules to regulate tech giants

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It will help the European Commission to draft new Digital Services Act

EU regulators are planning to send a 43-page questionnaire to public, digital service providers and the member states in coming weeks, seeking feedback before writing new rules to manage tech giant...

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