Closing the regulatory enforcement gap for short-term rentals (STR), rentals have counted among the key debates held on the Digital Services Act (DSA), with discussions on the adoption of this future Regulation in full swing in the European Institutions.
On 15 December, the European Commission made two new legislative proposals: the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Markets Act (DMA). The DSA and DMA will address new challenges that have surfaced with digital developments, and aim to ensure that users, consumers and businesses continue to benefit from digital developments.
On 15th December 2020, the European Commission proposed the Digital Services and Markets Act. We asked MEP Alex Agius Saliba to share with HOTREC his views on the DSA and DMA in the tourism and hospitality industry.