Feb. 2, 2024, 11 a.m. |

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On December 18th of last year, the European Commission made an important announcement: they were launching a formal investigation into X to assess whether X may have breached multiple provisions in the new Digital Services Act (DSA), a sweeping piece of internet regulation focused on transparency and accountability. The announcement represented the first formal proceedings launched by the European Commission towards enforcing the DSA.

Among the issues the Commission said they were investigating is X’s compliance with Article 40.12. Sometimes …

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