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The Digital Services Act - Revolution for Intermediary Services?
The Digital Services Act will fundamentally change the legal framework for any kind of intermediary service on the Internet. The basic liability rules remain in place. However, many due diligence and transparency obligations, which affect all areas of entrepreneurial activity and already start with the technical design of the services, will lead to a noticeable additional organisational effort for providers. In many cases, the general terms and conditions of the services will also have to be brought into line with the DSA. It is therefore essential for all companies concerned to deal with the necessary adjustments in detail at an early stage.
Christoph Krück and Johannes Schäufele have published a comprehensive essay on this topic in GRUR-Prax. Beck Online subscribers can find the complete article under this LINK.