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On 10 April 2024, the French National Assembly adopted the Bill on Securing and Regulating the Digital Space (known as the “SREN Bill”), following the Senate’s validation a week earlier. The Bill contains a multitude of provisions, regarding a variety of important topics in the digital realm such as the protection of children online and reducing dependence of French companies on cloud service providers. The bill is expected to become law in the coming weeks.…

A law aimed at establishing a digital majority and combating online hate (the “Digital Majority Law” or “Law”) was enacted on 7 July 2023[1]. 1. The Digital Majority Law creates new obligations for social network service providers operating in France. According to this Law, an online social network service is defined as “any platform enabling end-users to connect and communicate with each other, share content and discover other users and content, across multiple devices, in…