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Google, Twitter, Meta face tougher EU online content rules
By Foo Yun Chee:
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google, Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc and Twitter face stricter EU online content rules according to monthly user numbers published by the companies on Thursday which exceeded the EU threshold.
The new rules known as the Digital Services Act (DSA) labels companies with more than 45 million users as very large online platforms and subject to obligations such as risk management and external and independent auditing. They are also required to share data with authorities and researchers and adopt a code of conduct.
The Digital Services Act package:
The Digital Services Act (DSA) and the Digital Market Act (DMA) form a single set of rules that apply across the whole EU.
Like they didn't already?!