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Best University College Cork Submission 23rd Edition

In this article, Lauren Ní Fhloinn critically examines the impact of the Digital Services
Act (DSA). Acknowledging that the act is on the cusp of being fully implemented,
Lauren balances the scholarly debates on whether the DSA might go too far, posing
a risk to fundamental rights or not far enough, lacking substantive impact. Lauren
posits that the DSA strikes a satisfactory balance between these two opposing views
and appears to enhance platform responsibility and protect fundamental rights. Her
article addresses the question of freedom of expression in the Digital Age and
touches upon recent events that tested the DSA’s impact.


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