European Council approves Digital Markets Act rules

The Digital Markets Act has taken yet another step to becoming adopted by European countries, with the regulations affecting how Apple runs various services gaining final approval from the European Council.

Over a year after being proposed, the Digital Markets Act has been approved by the European Council, a group representing the heads of state or governments of EU member states. With the final approval given by the council, DMA edges ever closer to becoming rules that will then become law across the continent.The DMA goes after “gatekeepers” of large online platforms, such as Apple’s management of the App Store and Messages. The rules aim to make the business environment as fair for all parties, by forcing gatekeepers into various concessions, such as making Apple’s Messages platform work with third-party services.

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