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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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EuroISPA regrets Copyright trilogue outcome, urges MEPs to reject the reform

EuroISPA regrets Copyright trilogue outcome, urges MEPs to reject the reform

Brussels, 14 February 2019 – EuroISPA regrets the outcome of yesterday’s trilogue, where the representatives of the European Parliament and the Council approved the Copyright Directive reform. With this decision, the negotiators clearly showed that the concerns of civil society, users, academia, industry, founders of the Internet, and the UN special rapporteur on freedom of expression continuously fell on deaf ears. Recently, even the …

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Dinner Debate at the European Parliament: “Tackling Terrorist Content Online”

Dinner Debate at the European Parliament: “Tackling Terrorist Content Online”

Brussels, European Parliament – 23 January 2019: MEP Julia Reda hosted a dinner debate, jointly organised by the Greens/EFA and EuroISPA, at the European Parliament on tackling terrorist content online. The event offered a platform of discussion on the proposal for a Regulation on preventing the dissemination of terrorist content online, with an emphasis on moving towards workable solutions for …

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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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