I will read it in depth soon (and post here), but it includes some very interesting provisions from a transparency perspective.
First off, it identifies the following categories of actors: intermediary services, hosting services, online platforms and very large online platforms.
The last category is tied to having a large European user base.
Such classification comes with cumulative obligations:
It includes some very interesting provisions from a transparency perspective, such as an obligation of transparency of recommender systems or data sharing with researchers. Noteworthy right now: (draft) Articles 29 and 30.
It will be fascinating to see how different interests will be confronted in this context.
More to come.