Video | The Countdown to DSA Compliance

A new and dramatic approach to regulating big technology firms is coming into force across the European Union. The Digital Services Act (DSA), which the European Council signed into law on September 15, 2022, aims to protect the digital space against the spread of illegal content, particularly on social networks, content sharing platforms and e-commerce sites.

The countdown has begun for entities to be fully compliant with the DSA requirements. On April 25, the European Commission published the 19 entities identified as Very Large Online Platforms (VLOP) and Very Large Online Search Engines (VLOSE). All other online intermediaries not designated as VLOP/VLOSE must be compliant by Feb 2024.

Read about the global consequences of Europe's Digital Services Act in our whitepaper: The Global Consequences of Europe’s New Digital Regulatory Regime


Gordon Tucker
Gordon Tucker is a Managing Director with over 25 years of experience providing management consulting, internal and external audit services to software, internet, high tech manufacturing and life science companies. His experience includes serving companies ranging in ...
Kaitlin Kirkham-Cooper
Kaitlin is a Managing Director in Protiviti's Risk and Compliance practice and leads the Risk and Compliance Technology sector. She consults with large organizations in managing all types of regulatory and operational risk, with a focus on compliance programs. Kaitlin ...