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CDT Joins DSA Human Rights Alliance Urging EU Legislators Not to Compromise on Protection of Fundamental Rights

From the letter:

“On behalf of the DSA Human Rights Alliance, we are writing to you to share our human rights centric recommendations for the ongoing negotiations of the Digital Services Act. As the final political trilogue is approaching, we see several positive outcomes the negotiation teams have achieved in the process. However, there are a number of outstanding issues listed below that cause further concerns.

The Digital Services Act Human Rights Alliance is a group of 27 civil society organizations that came together around the central tenet that the Digital Services Act must adopt human rights based approach to platform governance; and that the European Union should craft the DSA with global impacts in mind. Many members of the alliance know firsthand why this is necessary.”

Read the full letter here.