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EU’s Digital Services Act sweeps up thousands of online services over the weekend

Non-EU-based sites like OnlyFans need to appoint EU reps. Fast.

The European Union extended the sweep of its Digital Services Act over the weekend, potentially bringing thousands of organisations under the regulatory regime.

Non-EU platforms, including UK-based sites such as OnlyFans, must now appoint European representatives or face the possibility of national regulators appointing themselves.

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