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EuroISPA renews its board for a two-year term

EuroISPA renews its board for a two-year term

EuroISPA, the largest pan-European association representing over 2.500 Internet Service Providers, renewed today its board, bringing together individuals with diverse backgrounds and expertise for a two-year term. After being excellently chaired by Oliver Süme since 2014, EuroISPA last Friday unanimously elected a new board of officers. Oliver Süme decided not to stand for election again, but will continue to be …

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67 industry associations reiterate concerns on ePrivacy in letter to negotiators

67 industry associations reiterate concerns on ePrivacy in letter to negotiators

Brussels – 28 November 2018: Ahead of the Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council meeting of 4 December, 67 industry associations, including EuroISPA, reiterated their concerns about the proposal for an ePrivacy Regulation. Despite ongoing negotiations in the Council, the text remains far from addressing the many substantive issues that have been raised since the proposal was first put forward. The signatories therefore urge Member …

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Copyright : EuroISPA co-signs industry letter addressed to EU negotiators 

Copyright : EuroISPA co-signs industry letter addressed to EU negotiators 

Brussels, 20 November 2018: EuroISPA and several European and national trade associations sent a letter on the Copyright Directive reform to the EU Institutions. The letter supports the exclusion of hyperlinks and snippets from the scope of the proposal, as well as limiting the scope to active platforms which give access to phonograms, broadcasts, films or musical works. EuroISPA urges the …

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Lunch Debate at the European Parliament: “Cross-Border Access to E-Evidence: Solutions for a European Approach”

Lunch Debate at the European Parliament:  “Cross-Border Access to E-Evidence: Solutions for a European Approach”

Unity on the aim of the e-evidence dossier, but diverging stakeholder views on the proposed mechanism On 27th September, MEP Dalton hosted a lunch debate, organised by EuroISPA, at the European Parliament on cross-border access to electronic evidence, bringing together representatives from the Institutions, civil society and industry. The Commission proposal foresees a new system for the pan-European exchange of …

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EuroISPA regrets Plenary vote on Copyright

EuroISPA regrets Plenary vote on Copyright

Strasbourg, 12 September 2018 – EuroISPA regrets the outcome of today’s vote of the European Parliament in favour of the Copyright Directive reform. A majority of MEPs have decided to impose upload filters on platforms, and to create an ancillary copyright which might ultimately restrict Europeans’ ability to freely share information online. They have ignored pleas and warnings coming from hundreds …

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