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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

Brussels, 5 July 2018 – 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. We call on the European Parliament to improve the text ahead of …

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E-Evidence: EuroISPA adopts Position Paper

E-Evidence: EuroISPA adopts Position Paper

Brussels, 3 July 2018-  EuroISPA is the voice of the European Internet industry, representing over 2500 Internet Services Providers from across Europe and all along the Internet value chain.EuroISPA’s members have long worked with judicial authorities in their countries of operation, and thus have valuable insights on the functioning of existing cooperation. Moreover, the overwhelming majority of EuroISPA’s members are SMEs, …

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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   

Brussels, 20 June 2018 – Today, the European Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee (JURI) adopted its report on the Copyright Directive reform. EuroISPA is deeply concerned by the adoption of Articles 11, on press publishers’ rights, and 13, on upload filters, which would hurt the European internet economy and European users alike. Therefore, we call on the European Parliament to reject …

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EuroISPA supports #SaveYourInternet Action Day

EuroISPA supports #SaveYourInternet Action Day

Brussels, 12 June 2018 – On 20-21 June, the European Parliament will vote on the Copyright Directive, which currently features provisions mandating online platforms to install upload filters. Article 13 of the proposed Copyright Directive reform risks hurting the European Internet industry and its users. To avoid costly fines, online platforms will tend to over-block lawful content, therefore endangering European users’ fundamental freedoms. …

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EuroISPA signs joint industry letter on the future of the ePrivacy Regulation

EuroISPA signs joint industry letter on the future of the ePrivacy Regulation

Ahead of the 8 June TTE Council, EuroISPA and 56 other national and pan-European association urge Member States to remain cautious in their examination of the draft ePrivacy Regulation (ePR). Limited progress has been achieved since the beginning of Council discussions early last year and many questions remain open. More time is needed to assess the ePR’s scope of application, its overlaps …

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