Who are the Digital "Gatekeepers" and why does the Commission need to regulate them?
For young people aged 15 to 18 who are interested in how the Commission regulates BigTech, this animation describes how the Digital Markets Act works, and why it is important for the future of the EU's digital transition.
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Do you use statistics when you teach? Or are you a student wanting to understand more about statistics? Then the Education corner on Eurostat website is the right place for you!