EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market

On 05 July 2018 the European Parliament voted against the negotiation proposed by the Legal Affairs Committee, adopted on 20 June 2018, for the EU Copyright Directive proposal. CEPIC regrets this rejection following four years of tireless work with EU institutions but will continue to work towards a balanced solution for a fair online marketplace for the creative sector and against online piracy.

The OIP calls for fair and equal treatment of digital businesses and efficient tools against monopolies’ abuses

On May 15th 2018, the Open Internet Project held a conference “In the aftermath

of the Google Search (Comparison Shopping) decision: Fair and equal treatment of digital

businesses” in Brussels, with the participation of MEPs Dr. Andreas Schwab, EPP Coordinator in the

Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee and Mr. Ramon Tremosa i Balcells, Liberal
ECON coordinator, member of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee.

Where are we with the DSM Directive?

The DSM Directive was published in September 2016. How far is the consultation process and has the Directive any chance of going through? Lobbying in Brussels Explained