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EuroISPA report on Priority Flagging Partnerships in Practice

EuroISPA report on Priority Flagging Partnerships in Practice

We are happy to share EuroISPA’s report on Priority Flagging Partnerships in Practice. The document provides a first structured insight into best practices from companies with priority flagging partnerships in place in order to improve their management of illegal content online, where the information was gathered through a written survey shared amongst EuroISPA Forum Members and external companies. A broad …

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EuroISPA Annual Report 2018

EuroISPA Annual Report 2018

We are happy to share  EuroISPA’s Annual Report for 2018, which documents the achievements and engagement of the Association over the course of last year. The Annual Report provides an overview of the Association’s actions and outreach in 2018, from terrorist content online and ePrivacy, from data retention to the e-evidence proposal, the Report showcases the achievements both in Brussels …

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10 organisations share concerns on unworkable 1-hour timeframes to remove terrorist content online

10 organisations share concerns on unworkable 1-hour timeframes to remove terrorist content online

Brussels, 5 April 2019: EuroISPA and nine other organisations from the digital sector and civil society call on the European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee to adopt the proposal on tackling the dissemination of terrorist content online without an unworkable one-hour timeframe to remove content.  The proposed timeframe does not take into account the size and economic capacity of hosting service providers. …

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EuroISPA regrets plenary vote on EU Copyright Directive

EuroISPA regrets plenary vote on EU Copyright Directive

Brussels, 26 March 2019 – EuroISPA regrets that the majority of the European Parliament endorsed the Copyright Directive reform, with its Articles 11 and 13 featuring in the final agreement. Innocenzo Genna, Chair of the Innovation and Growth Committee, commented: “A majority of policy-makers in the European Parliament ignored the concerns of more than 5 million users, civil society, the UN …

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Industry and civil society share concerns on Regulation on terrorist content online with MEPs

Industry and civil society share concerns on Regulation on terrorist content online with MEPs

Brussels – 18 March 2019: EuroISPA and eight organisations representing civil society and industry sent a letter to the European Parliament highlighting concerns on the proposal for a Regulation on Preventing the Dissemination of Terrorist Content Online. The co-signatories suggest several measures to improve the proposal, such as limiting the definition of “hosting service providers”, amending the extremely short one-hour deadline …

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