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E-Evidence Proposal: EuroISPA Criticises the Privatisation of Law Enforcement 

E-Evidence Proposal: EuroISPA Criticises the Privatisation of Law Enforcement 

Brussels, 17 April 2018- Following the European Commission’s proposal on cross-border access to e-evidence, EuroISPA criticises the privatisation of law enforcement as a result of insufficient public funding, which sacrifices the rule of law and threatens national data protection regimes. “In our view the e-evidence proposal for cross-border cooperation fails to address the actual issue at hand: the inefficient MLAT procedure …

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EuroISPA 2017 Annual Report

EuroISPA 2017 Annual Report

In 2017 EuroISPA celebrated its 20th anniversary, successfully represented European ISPs and continued to be involved in key policy debates for the European Internet sector. Find out more about our work in the 2017 EuroISPA Annual Report.    

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EuroISPA sceptical about EU Commission’s plan to task vigilantes with guarding the Internet

EuroISPA sceptical about EU Commission’s plan to task vigilantes with guarding the Internet

Brussels, 1st March 2018: Upon the adoption of the European Commission’s Recommendation on measures to effectively tackle illegal content online, EuroISPA has reiterated that the rule of law must not be sacrificed in the fight against illegal content online. Today’s Recommendation demands that Internet intermediaries are bound to suppress content at the request of state investigators or vigilante actors, without …

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Marking Safer Internet Day 2018

Marking Safer Internet Day 2018

Brussels, 6 February 2018- To mark Safer Internet Day 2018, the European Internet Service Providers Association (EuroISPA) has reiterated the crucial role played by Internet Hotlines and their efforts in fighting Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) and other illegal content online. EuroISPA is the voice of the Internet industry, representing over 2,500 service providers along the Internet value chain across …

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EuroISPA: Rule of Law must not be sacrificed in fight against illegal content online

Brussels, 28 September 2017- EU lawmakers must not sacrifice the rule of law to advance the fight against illegal content online, EuroISPA warned today as the European Commission published its new guidelines on notice & action. The guidelines endorse the trend that has seen policymakers across Europe force online intermediaries to play judge, jury and executioner with regard to online content …

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