Post GDPR EU laws and their GDPR mimesis. DGA, DSA, DMA and the EU regulation of AI

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Abstract

EU regulatory work on technology-related fronts has recently spiked. The EU has been extremely busy implementing its European Digital Strategy. Over a short period it has released a draft Digital Governance Act (DGA), a Digital Services Act (DSA), a Digital Markets Act (DMA), while also working on its proposal for AI Regulation. This recent battery of EU acts to regulate technology has provoked our comment, on this blog, on EU law “act-ification”. Now, instead of focusing on the title of these initiatives, we wish to turn our attention to their content, in order to identify a second phenomenon: GDPR mimesis.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationEuropean Law Blog
Publication statusPublished - 1 Apr 2021

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