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EuroISPA statement to mark 2017 Data Protection Day

EuroISPA statement to mark 2017 Data Protection Day

Internet Services Providers have a crucial interest in ensuring that Internet users have trust and confidence in online services. It is for that reason that EuroISPA engaged intensively throughout the development of the recently-adopted EU General Data Protection Regulation. The new GDPR framework advances the interests of digital citizens, without jeopardising European ISPs’ ability to innovate and drive the European …

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EuroISPA signs joint industry letter on Free Flow of Data

Brussels – 15.11.16: EuroISPA has signed a joint industry letter on the Free Flow of Data initiative which has been sent to both Vice-President Ansip and Commissioner Oettinger today. The letter can be found here: 1611_Joint_Industry_Letter_Free_Flow_of_Data The letter calls for an EU-wide ban on national data localisation requirements which hinder the completion of the Digital Single Market (DSM) and are detrimental to …

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Restoring legal certainty to transatlantic data transfers will boost digital innovation in the EU and US

Brussels – 12.07.2016: Today’s official adoption of the Privacy Shield data transfer framework is an important boost to digital innovation in the EU and US. As representative of 2500 Internet Services Providers across Europe, EuroISPA has consistently advocated for a robust legal framework that ensures legal certainty and innovation while safeguarding our network users’ privacy and data protection. On that …

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Empowering trust and innovation by repealing the e-Privacy Directive

Brussels, 5 July 2016 – The tech and telecom industries call for the e-Privacy Directive to be repealed. We believe that simplifying and streamlining regulation will benefit consumers by ensuring they are provided with a simple, consistent and meaningful set of rules designed to protect their personal data. Joint Industry Statement_ePrivacy_FINAL (002)

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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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