The European Commission has opened a public consultation to get feedback on its proposed new template for consumers to lodge profiling complaints against designated gatekeepers under the EU Digital Markets Act (DMA). The Commission is looking for input on the minimum information that gatekeepers should report on and provide to the Commission. This move is aimed at achieving greater transparency and accountability regarding gatekeepers' profiling techniques and promoting fairness and contestability of their core platform services. Feedback from the public consultation will be used to refine the template and improve the implementation of the DMA.
The consultation closes on 15 September.
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