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  1. An Economic Policy Perspective on Online Platforms by Bertin Martens -https://ec.europa.eu/jrc/sites/jrcsh/files/JRC101501.pdf
  2. The Commission has proposed a Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications to update current rules to technical developments and to adapt them to the General Data Protection Regulation that will enter into application in May 2018. The objective is to reinforce trust and security in the Digital Single Market. January 10th, 2017.
  3. The European Commission's proposal for a Regulation on Privacy and Electronic Communications aims at reinforcing trust and security in the Digital Single Market by updating the legal framework on ePrivacy. European legislation is keeping up with the fast space at which IT-based services are developing and evolving. January 19th, 2017.
  4. Online platforms are an important part of a thriving digital economy. The European Commission with it proposals want to ensure that platforms operate properly and illegal content is not online. The European Commission's policy aims at supporting a trusting, lawful and innovation-driven ecosystem around online platforms in the EU. May 25th, 2016.
  5. The economics of platforms. In economics, platforms are known as "two-sided" or "multi-sided" markets where two or more types of users are brought together by a platform to facilitate an exchange or a transaction. Users can be buyers and sellers, advertisers, software developers, social media users, etc. Offline platforms have existed for millennia, for instance as village markets. Online platforms thrive on the dramatic decline in digital information costs that enables many exchanges that were not feasible in offline markets because of high information costs. May, 2016.
  6. Online platforms (e.g. search engines, social media, e-commerce platforms, app stores, price comparison websites, ad networks) play an ever more central role in the online world and hence in social and economic life. They enable consumers to find online information and they allow businesses to exploit the advantages offered bye-commerce.. 2016.
  7. The economics of platforms. In economics, platforms are known as "two-sided" or "multi-sided" markets where two or more types of users are brought together by a platform to facilitate an exchange or a transaction. Users can be buyers and sellers, advertisers, software developers, social media users, etc.. 2016.

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