By Antonio Nicita
Digital markets and online platforms are a fundamental part of today’s global economy. They exist in a complex ecosystem, populated by several different market actors, embracing all economic and social environments. Digital data is pivotal in this ecosystem and in the platforms’ economy – where interactions, transactions, consumption and production are made of, or based on, digital data and information. Crossing the traditional boundaries of the old dichotomy between physical networks and services has affected the way in which regulation has been designed over the years for telecommunications and media markets.
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