Delivering on its Digital Single Market strategy, the Commission today presents a proposal to allow Europeans to travel with their online content and an action plan to modernise EU copyright rules.
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The European Commission envisages legislation in this area and has launchd a Europe-wide and public survey on online platfoms. By answering the survey below, you will support CEPIC in submitting an answer.
Strasbourg, 24 November 2015 Speech by Vice-President Ansip in charge of the Digital Single Market at the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) of the University of Strasbourg Ladies and gentlemen, It is a pleasure to be with you today here in in Strasbourg. I very much look forward to our discussion. Mais avant … Continued
The Commission seeks the views to better understand the social and economic role of platforms, market trends, the dynamics of platform-development and the various business models underpinning platforms.
Almost two years after the European Commission put forward its proposal for a telecoms single market, an agreement was found with the European Parliament and the Council. The compromise was reached on 30 June. Read press release.
On 16 June 2015, the legal affairs committee of the European Parliament adopted the non-binding report of Pirate MEP Julia Reda on copyright reform with 23 votes in favour and two against. The report has been largely amended.
Image Providers call for a better recognition of the value of creative works online: A CEPIC delegation will meet Ms. Maria Martin-Prat, head of the copyright unit within the European Commission.
The Digital Single Market Strategy sets out 16 key actions under 3 pillars which the Commission will deliver by the end of 2016
The European Commission has today launched an antitrust competition inquiry into the e-commerce sector in the European Union. The sector inquiry will focus particularly on potential barriers erected by companies to cross-border online trade in goods and services where e-commerce is most widespread such as electronics, clothing and shoes, as well as digital content.
The Juncker Commission has made it a priority to remove these obstacles and create a Digital Single Market: making the EU’s single market freedoms “go digital”, and boosting growth and jobs on our continent. The College of Commissioners today had a first discussion on the Digital Single Market Strategy due in May – and set out the main areas the Commission will focus its work on to trigger real changes for consumers and businesses alike.