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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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EuroISPA Annual Report 2016

This year EuroISPA celebrates its 20th year of existence as the representative body for European Internet services providers. The association was established all those years ago with the aim of elevating the voice of the fledging Internet industry and ensuring that EU and international regulation encouraged innovation in the exciting new sector. As we look back on the activities and …

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EuroISPA member eco challenges proposed EU copyright reform with new study

EuroISPA member eco challenges proposed EU copyright reform with new study

Brussels, 28 February 2017 – European ancillary copyright is no longer up to date, given recent rapid technological developments. An update was meant to reshape the legal framework and make it future-proof. However, the draft of the copyright regulation that the European Commission presented in September 2016 does not actually do this. This is confirmed by a legal study commissioned …

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Marking Safer Internet Day 2017

Marking Safer Internet Day 2017

Brussels – 07.02.2017: To mark Safer Internet Day 2017, the European Internet Services Providers Association (EuroISPA) has reiterated the crucial role of Internet Hotlines in sustaining the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material and other illegal content online. As representative of over 2500 service providers along the Internet value chain, EuroISPA members have been at the forefront of efforts to ensure …

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Joint stakeholder letter on Audiovisual Media Services Directive

Joint stakeholder letter on Audiovisual Media Services Directive

1701_AVMS_Letter to CULT   Re: Proposed content monitoring obligations in Audiovisual Media Services Directive Dear Honourable Member of the European Parliament, We write to you concerning the European Parliament Culture & Education committee’s ongoing work on the proposed Audiovisual Media Services Directive (AVMS) revision. We strongly urge you to reject amendment 32 in the Parliament’s draft report on the legislative …

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