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From:                                 Eva Ljungbert
Sent:                                  Wed, 2 Feb 2022 13:35:35 +0100
To:                                      N Registrator
Subject:                             VB: DMA - Fair Advertising Terms (§6 k)
Categories:                       SW
 
 
Från: Sophie Dembinski <xxxxxx.xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxx.xxx
Skickat: den 2 februari 2022 12:00
Till: Eva Ljungbert <xxx.xxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx.xx>
Ämne: DMA - Fair Advertising Terms (§6 k)
 
Dear Ms. Ljungbert,
 
Thank you for attending our session on Monday on Search Defaults. Following on from this, I am 
writing with regards to another key issue which we were unfortunately not able to cover during 
the session due to its sensitive nature: Fair Advertising terms within the DMA (§6 k, see below) 
as proposed by the EP to ensure that Gatekeepers provide access to core platform services at 
FRAND conditions:
 
Amendment 132: Art. 6 - Para 1, Point k:
 'apply transparent, fair, reasonable and non-discriminatory general conditions of access and 
conditions that are not less favourable than the conditions applied to its own service for business 
users to its core platform services designated pursuant to Article 3 of this Regulation'.
 
Fair advertising terms, as set out in the above would prove vital to the profitability of competitor 
search engines such as Ecosia and key to preventing gatekeepers from continuing to exploit 
their current dominant position to the detriment of EU competitors and consumers going 
forward. 
 
We would be delighted to discuss this issue with you in greater detail. Please do feel free to let 
me know if this is of interest and if a call over the coming weeks would prove useful
 
Again, thank you for attending the session on Monday and wishing you a lovely day. 
 
Kind regards, 
Sophie
 
 
   Sophie Dembinski
Head of Public Policy & UK Country Manager 
 
+447812176440 
 
 
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