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When the Digital Services Act Goes Global

RSM Visiting Scholar Anupam Chander argues that authoritarians might well exploit various mechanisms in the DSA to enlarge their control over the dissemination of information, and, in particular, to target the speech of critics.

"Many of [the DSA] rules can be weaponized by activist politicians, who have an incentive to promote speech favorable to them, and to punish speech that criticizes them or regales an opponent."

Read more in the Berkeley Technology Law Journal.

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