Two new sets of regulations designed to make it more difficult for Google and other companies operating in the EU to dominate their respective tech sectors have now received official approval from the European Parliament. These regulations, known as the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and Digital Services Act (DSA), aim to reduce gatekeeping, slow the dissemination of unlawful information, and safeguard consumers’ sensitive data. That is based on recent reports after the vote by EU legislators.

The EU has now greenlit two new sets of rules aimed to make it harder for Google and other tech companies to dominate their respective spaces.