The European Commission published the proposal of Digital Markets Act (DMA) at the end of 2020. The DMA establishes a set of criteria for qualifying the so-called “gatekeeper” platforms with a set of obligations for the gatekeepers to comply in their daily operations. According to the EU commission, one of the main goals of DMA is to establish a level playing field to foster innovation, growth, and competitiveness, both in the European Single Market and globally. What exactly does DMA regulate? Is it the best solution for states to regulate the big tech?
Date: March 24 (Wed.) 2021, 14:00-16:00
Location: IEAT International Conference Center Meeting Room 1 (No. 350, Songjiang Road, Zhongshan District, Taipei City)
- Ken-Ying Tseng, partner, Lee and Li
- Dr. Xin-Wu Lin, vice president, Taiwan Institute of Economic Research
- Dr. Hung-Hao Chang, professor, Department of Agricultural Economics at National Taiwan University (NTU), former commissioner of Taiwan Fair Trade Committee
- Hui-Ju Tsai, Assistant Professor, Department of Mass Communication, Tamkang University
- Hao-chun Tai, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Intellectual Property and Communication Technology, Shih Hsin University