Is the ‘Metaverse’ the future of the internet? Or is it just a cynical attempt by Mark Zuckerberg to “rebrand” Facebook and deflect from a recent spate of scandals and negative publicity? What should the future of the internet look like? And how can regulators encourage an open and innovative internet that promotes competition between tech companies of all sizes?

These are the questions EU lawmakers are asking themselves. Along with the Digital Services Act, the Digital Markets Act sets out new rules for platforms and companies on the internet. Will this noticeably change the internet for its users? We put some of YOUR questions on this topic to a panel of experts:

💬 Carlos ZorrinhoMember of the European Parliament (S&D)

💬 Adam CohenDirector, Economic Policy, Google

💬 Julia AndersonEconomist and former Research Analyst, Bruegel

💬 Maria Luisa StasiSenior Legal Officer, Article 19

Will the EU’s Digital Markets Act change the internet? What should the future of the internet look like? Let us know your thoughts and comments in the form below and we’ll take them to policymakers and experts for their reactions!

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  1. avatar
    EU Reform Proactive

    This ‘Sugar-Mountain’ spreads internet diabetes!

    It’s time to do something drastic against some of these intrusive & highly contagious internet lifestyles and all these overactive fingers. Both are becoming unresponsive to the human pituitary gland. Even Covid-19 is less harmful.

    Sorry, I have no time for Mr. Sugar Mountain- melt it!

    Full marks to Elon!

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