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EuroISPA response to European Commission consultation on ancillary copyright and the ‘panorama’ exception

Ahead of the upcoming legislative revision of the EU Copyright Directive, the European Commission has been consulting on whether to include new measures on ancillary copyright and the freedom of panorama. Below you can find EuroISPA’s contribution to the public consultation that advocates for a copyright regime that allows innovative digital-based business models to thrive. 1605_EuroISPA Ancillary Copyright consultation

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Improving the fight against illegal content online   EuroISPA policy roundtable Tuesday 21 June 16:00 – 17:30, A5G1 Hosted by MEP Pavel Telička (ALDE, Czech Republic)   In its recent Communication on Platforms the European Commission reiterated the need for a new emphasis on tackling illegal content online. At the same time, Parliament is playing an increasingly-influential role in enforcing …

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EuroISPA Annual Report 2015

An overview of EuroISPA’s activities and achievements in 2015. EuroISPA Annual Report 2015.compressed

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Platform communication opens door to renewed dialogue on improving the fight against illegal content online

Platform communication opens door to renewed dialogue on improving the fight against illegal content online

The European Commission has today delivered a strong endorsement of industry-led efforts to tackle illegal content online in its Communication on the Platform Economy. The 2500 European Internet Services Providers represented by EuroISPA look forward to working with the Commission to ensure a safer Internet that supports the objectives of the Digital Single Market and safeguards fundamental rights. The Commission’s …

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Adoption of new EU Data Protection rules a key milestone for the Digital Single Market

Adoption of new EU Data Protection rules a key milestone for the Digital Single Market

The adoption today of new EU data protection rules constitute a key milestone in the Digital Single Market strategy, according to the European Internet Service Providers Association (EuroISPA). After three years of intensive negotiations, the new rules balance innovative uses of data with the need for consumer protection and privacy. EuroISPA engaged intensively throughout the process of developing the General …

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