Wednesday, February 8 • 1:35pm - 2:00pm
The DMA: Opening up the walled gardens through regulation - Vittorio Bertola, Head of Policy & Innovation, Open-Xchange

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The Digital Markets Act (DMA) is a new regulation of the European Union, approved in 2022, which aims to constrain the market share and power of dominant Internet gatekeepers in products like browsers, instant messaging apps, social media, cloud services and more, imposing requirements such as mandatory interoperability and prohibitions on practices like self-preferencing and bundling of apps and services. It is an innovative regulatory experiment that could work as a model for other countries, including the UK; and will anyway impact any non-EU company operating on EU markets.

The talk will summarize the causes, context and provisions of the DMA, focusing on the sections that could be more significant for the open source industry and for the supporters of open standards and interfaces.

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Vittorio Bertola

Head of Policy & Innovation, Open-Xchange, Inc. (Organization)
Vittorio Bertola is an engineer, policy expert and activist, currently running the innovation and policy activities at Open-Xchange, a global leader in free software email and DNS platforms, maker of Dovecot and PowerDNS. In the past he founded startups, campaigns, Usenet newsgroups... Read More →

Wednesday February 8, 2023 1:35pm - 2:00pm GMT
Westminster, 4th Floor Queen Elizabeth II Centre