by Inline Policy on 29 Nov 2018
What is the EU's new Platform-to-Business (P2B) regulation? With this short presentation, Inline Policy sheds the light on the proposed new European rules to govern the activity of intermediary online platforms, outlining their key provisions and the positons of the main EU institutions, as well as providing some insight on what is to be expected in the next upcoming months.
and present business users’ products to potential customers in search results, regardless of whether the commercial transaction ultimately takes place on the platform or not.
Known as the ‘Platform-to-Business’ (or ‘P2B’) Regulation, this cross-cutting legislation will impact all online platforms operating in the EU. Amongst other proposals, the Regulation will require platforms to be more transparent about:
The European Parliament has been scrutinising the proposal from the Commission and have proposed a number of significant amendments ahead of the 'trilogue' process of negotiations between the Parliament, the Commission and the Council of the EU. On 29 November, the Council of the EU adopted its general approach. The negotiating position of the Parliament will be decided by the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO) Committee by a vote which has been scheduled for 6 December. However, this could be subject to delays if MEPs struggle to unite their positions on common themes.
We have put together a short presentation which highlights the key proposals from the Commission and the significant amendments being discussed in the Parliament, as well as the Council’s position adopted on 29 November. Please click on the image to download the presentation.
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