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European Commissioner for the Internal Market Terry Breton has announced that from August 25, the European Union will tighten restrictions on 19 electronic platforms, including Tik Tok and Instagram.

The European Commissioner emphasized that “in general, there comes a big responsibility for additional obligations under the Digital Services Act of 25 August in relation to AliExpress, Amazon Store, App Store, Bing, Booking, Facebook, Google Maps, Google Play and Google Search.” Shopping, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Snapchat, TikTok, Twitter, Wikipedia, YouTube, Zalando.

As the European Commission said in a statement: “These companies will now have four months to meet a range of new obligations under DSA rules that aim to empower online users, including minors, by requiring companies to assess and mitigate systemic risks and provide powerful content moderation tools.

Source: TASS

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