A discussion between regulators and T&S practitioners on implementing the DSA in France by Trust & Safety Forum and Renaissance Numérique.
In France and Europe, new platform regulation resulting from the Digital Services Act raises high expectations, in particular when it comes to the role of the regulator. ARCOM. The new mechanisms provided for by the DSA (Generally, this refers to individuals or entities that have proven expertise in flagging harmful or illegal content to online service providers. Within the meaning of the DSA, trusted flaggers are entities that have been awarded an official status by a Digital Service Coordinator. Online platforms will need to ensure notices from such organizations are treated with priority. More, threshold of active recipients, Member State cooperation…) raise legitimate questions.
To provide clarity to interested stakeholders (platforms, aspiring trusted flaggers, etc.), this panel featured ARCOM Board member Benoit Loutrel, and professionals involved for a long time in content regulation and moderation: Louis-Victor de Franssu (Tremau) and Jean-Sébastien Mariez (partner at Momentum Avocats).