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  • Copyright Directive: European Parliament listens to civil society and industry and rejects JURI report

    Copyright Directive: European Parliament listens to civil society and industry and rejects JURI report

    Today, the European Parliament rejected the Legal Affairs’ Committee (JURI) draft report on the Copyright Directive reform, deeming it premature to enter into negotiations with the Council. EuroISPA welcomes this decision, as the current text would hurt the European Internet ecosystem and its users.

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  • E-Evidence: EuroISPA adopts Position Paper

    E-Evidence: EuroISPA adopts Position Paper

    EuroISPA has been a longstanding interlocuter in policy discussions on how to improve cooperation procedures, and its members stress the negative consequences from the privatisation of law enforcement and does not provide clear safeguards for ISPs. Furthermore, EuroISPA emphasises the need for SME exemptions to offset the burden incurred by the cooperation set out by the e-evidence proposal.

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  • Copyright Directive: EuroISPA urges MEPs to reject JURI Committee’s negotiation mandate

    Copyright Directive: EuroISPA urges MEPs to reject JURI Committee’s negotiation mandate

    Today, the EP JURI Committee adopted its report on the Copyright Directive reform. We call on the EP to reject the JURI Committee’s mandate to enter into trilogue negotiations with the Council during the next Plenary session, to further work towards a proportionate and targeted approach.

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