The Data Chronicles: The DSA's impact on the future of data regulation in Europe

Welcome to Hogan Lovells’ The Data Chronicles, brought to you by the firm’s global Privacy and Cybersecurity practice. This multimedia series is dedicated to the ever-changing legal and regulatory developments in the world of data, privacy, and cybersecurity.

Novel in design and comprehensive in scope, the Digital Services Act is a major reform package that will regulate all online intermediary businesses offering services to EU users starting in 2024. In this episode, Scott Loughlin, co-lead of the Hogan Lovells Privacy and Cybersecurity practice, is joined by partner Anthonia Ghalamkarizadeh to discuss the new compliance obligations online marketplaces, social media sites, app stores, search engines, and other services hosting and/or disseminating user generated / third party content will be made subject to. They discuss what digital platforms should know as the law matures and starts to take a more broad effect on data regulation in Europe.

Our Digital Services Act Guide on Engage Premium allows you to easily navigate the articles and recitals, and review the comprehensive set of questions which our DSA taskforce has identified around the wording, scope, legal and commercial impact of the Digital Services Act.

Scott Loughlin
Washington, D.C.
Anthonia Ghalamkarizadeh


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