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EuroISPA Letter to EU Council Intellectual Working Party on Satellite & Cable Regulation

EuroISPA Letter to EU Council Intellectual Working Party on Satellite & Cable Regulation

Brussels, 10 January 2018- In the context of upcoming inter-institutional negotiations on the so-called “Satellite and Cable Regulation”, in December EuroISPA sent a letter to the EU Council Intellectual Property Working Party. Following the adoption of the EU Council’s general approach, EuroISPA strongly urges the EU Council to press for a wide and technologically neutral scope for the country of origin principle, …

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EuroISPA: National authorities must retain primary role in cross-border cybercrime investigations

EuroISPA: National authorities must retain primary role in cross-border cybercrime investigations

Brussels, 30 October 2017- The primacy of national courts and law enforcement authorities must be retained in any future legislative initiative to enhance cross-border cooperation in the fight against cybercrime. This was the key message the European Internet infrastructure sector stressed in its response to the European Commission’s public consultation ahead of its upcoming E-Evidence initiative. Many companies represented by …

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EuroISPA stresses need to preserve rule of law online, in address to OSCE-COE Internet Freedom conference

EuroISPA stresses need to preserve rule of law online, in address to OSCE-COE Internet Freedom conference

Brussels, 24th October 2017- The rule of law must not be sacrificed in the fight against illegal content online, EuroISPA Vice President Dr Maximilian Schubert stressed in his address at the Internet Freedom conference in Vienna last Friday. Jointly organised by the Organisation for Security & Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) and the Council of Europe (CoE), the conference focused on …

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Increasing liability pressure on Internet intermediaries risks undermining the Digital Single Market achievements

Increasing liability pressure on Internet intermediaries risks undermining the Digital Single Market achievements

Brussels – 10.05.2017: The increasing pressure upon Internet intermediaries to police online content risks undermining Europe’s digital ambitions, according to the European Internet Services Providers Association (EuroISPA). Reacting today to the publication of the European Commission’s mid-term review of the Digital Single Market (DSM) strategy, the 2500 ISPs represented by EuroISPA stressed the degree to which current and upcoming DSM …

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EuroISPA 20th year anniversary cocktail

EuroISPA 20th year anniversary cocktail

EuroISPA, the voice of the European Internet industry, is delighted to invite you to join us in celebrating our 20th year anniversary at the prestigious Bibliothèque Solvay on the evening of Tuesday 20th June. European Commissioner for the Security Union Mr Julian King will deliver a keynote address on an evening that will also include a high-level intervention from Mr …

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