not sure if this is the right source but https://ec.europa.eu/info/strategy/priorities-2019-2024/europe-fit-digital-age/digital-markets-act-ensuring-fair-and-open-digital-markets_en#what-does-this-mean-for-gatekeepers defines "gatekeepers" as:
- has a strong economic position, significant impact on the internal market and is active in multiple EU countries
- has a strong intermediation position, meaning that it links a large user base to a large number of businesses
- has (or is about to have) an entrenched and durable position in the market, meaning that it is stable over time
@logburn interesting, thank you. Reading this:
"Gatekeepers will keep all opportunities to innovate and offer new services. They will simply not be allowed to use unfair practices towards the business users and customers that depend on them to gain an undue advantage."
I'm waiting with bated breath what they will do against the Gatekeeper That Rules Them All - microsoft.
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