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EuroISPA adds Dutch ICT association to boost Internet sector’s EU-level representation

EuroISPA adds Dutch ICT association to boost Internet sector’s EU-level representation

Brussels – 01.02.2016: The European Internet Services Providers Association (EuroISPA) has been further strengthened by the addition of Nederland ICT – a Dutch trade association representing more than 550 IT, telecom and Internet companies in the Netherlands. With the addition of Nederland ICT, EuroISPA now represents more than 2500 Internet Service Providers across Europe and all along the transversal Internet …

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MEPs make crucial call to protect Digital Single Market’s key legislative infrastructure

MEPs make crucial call to protect Digital Single Market’s key legislative infrastructure

Brussels – 19.01.2016: The European Parliament’s new report on the Digital Single Market represents an important benchmark for which the Commission’s digital strategy be evaluated against, according to the European Internet Services Providers Association (EuroISPA). Since the Strategy was first envisaged a number of years ago, EuroISPA has consistently stressed that the success of any Digital Single Market initiative will …

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Content Portability proposal encouraging, but greater ambition required to modernise copyright

Content Portability proposal encouraging, but greater ambition required to modernise copyright

Brussels, 09.12.2015 – In order to realise the aims of the Digital Single Market Strategy, considerable political courage and ambition is required. On that basis, the European Internet Services Providers Association (EuroISPA) welcomes the Commission’s new proposal for a Content Portability Regulation, a forward-looking initiative which we hope will allow the great many number of European citizens travelling cross-borders to …

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Legal clarity essential in the fight against radicalisation online

Legal clarity essential in the fight against radicalisation online

Brussels 26.11.2015 – The fight against radicalisation is one that demands a coordinated response, and EuroISPA members have always sought to work with law enforcement agencies to ensure the Internet remains a safe environment for all users. In order for ISPs to properly target radical content, judicial authorities need to supply ISPs with clear and specific judgements on what constitutes …

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Safe Harbour 2.0 must serve dual goals of innovation and data protection

Safe Harbour 2.0 must serve dual goals of innovation and data protection

07 October – On Wednesday the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) declared the EU-US Safe Harbour data transfer agreement to be invalid. In delivering its judgement, the Court ruled that the EU Commission does not have the competence to limit the powers of the national data protection supervisory authorities through the agreement. As an initial reaction to …

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