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Anastasiia Rusanova is a former Communications Associate at the International Center for Law & Economics. Prior to ICLE, Anastasiia worked at the Cato Institute as an intern in the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity, as a Research Assistant at the Kennan Institute of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and as an editorial intern at the American Spectator. 

Data Security

Antitrust EU Intermediary Liability Media Regulation


The Digital Services Act


The European Commission has released its draft Digital Services Act (“DSA”), which seeks to make the internet safer for European citizens. If passed into law, this regulation will shape digital markets in the European Union for years to come.


While some provisions of the draft DSA could bring needed changes to the regulation of online markets,  the law will on balance make it more costly for online firms to do business in Europe. This is particularly true for smaller platforms with less capacity to shoulder significant compliance costs. Like many other regulations, the DSA also might further entrench incumbents.

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