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eff.org, Thu 01/20:
DSA: EU Parliament Vote Ensures a Free Internet, But a Final Regulation Must Add Stronger Privacy Protections

In today's vote, the EU Parliament made the right choice.

Further analysis is required but, on the whole, the EU Parliament avoided following in the footsteps of prior controversial and sometimes disastrous EU internet rules, such as the EU copyright directive.

In other words, lawmakers focused on how processes should work on online platforms: reporting problematic content, structuring terms of use, and responding to erroneous content removals.

If the proposed DSA becomes law, users will better understand how content decisions are made and enjoy a right to reinstatement if platforms make mistakes.

However, the EU Parliament's position, if it becomes law, could change the rules of the game for all platforms.

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