Navigating the complexities of digital transparency and current reporting
The digital landscape is incredibly dynamic, reflecting rapid transformations and continuous regulatory updates. One significant stride towards creating a more reliable and transparent digital environment is the European Union’s Digital Services Act (DSA). This comprehensive framework mandates An online platform refers to a digital service that enables interactions between two or more sets of users who are distinct but interdependent and use the service to communicate via the internet. The phrase "online platform" is a broad term used to refer to various internet services such as marketplaces, search engines, social media, etc. In the DSA, online platforms... More to disclose their inner workings, especially concerning Reviewing user-generated content to ensure that it complies with a platform’s T&C as well as with legal guidelines. See also: Content Moderator More with their mandate for each VLOP and VLOSE to provide a A transparency report is a document released by an organization that discloses information related to its policies, practices, and actions. Typically, transparency reports provide details on the handling of requests for user data and content removal, as well as government requests for user records, among other relevant metrics and insights. More.
However, with the influx of data, comprehending and monitoring these reports can be overwhelming – so we decided to make it easy for you!
Use the tracker below to keep up to date with the current DSA transparency reports landscape.
DSA Transparency Report Tracker