MEPs expand Digital Markets Act to control tech giants

Tom Allen
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The scope of the Digital Markets Act is already wide, but MEPs want to extend it to retailing activities, web browsers, virtual assistants and connected TV.
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The scope of the Digital Markets Act is already wide, but MEPs want to extend it to retailing activities, web browsers, virtual assistants and connected TV.

The draft rules now cover more companies, including China's Alibaba, and new activities

Members of the European Parliament have voted to strengthen draft rules aimed at regulating tech giants, extending the scope of last year's Digital Markets Act (DMA) to include new activities and b...

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