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Belgian Presidency Should Close Tech and Digital Files Responsibly, Not Rush

Brussels, BELGIUM – As Belgium gets ready to assume the helm of the Council of the European Union on 1 January 2024, close to a dozen priority files in the field of EU tech and digital policy should...
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Fighting CSA: European Parliament Position Marks Significant Improvement

Brussels, BELGIUM – Today, the European Parliament’s leading Civil Liberties (LIBE) Committee adopted its position on new EU rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse (CSA). Parliament’s...
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EU Political Advertising Rules: More Clarity Needed for Harmonised Implementation

Brussels, BELGIUM – Last night, the EU co-legislators reached a provisional political agreement on the new European rules that will govern the transparency and targeting of political advertising, pa...
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AI Act: CCIA Europe Warns Against Asymmetric Regulation Ahead of Next EU Trilogue

Ahead of the next round of trilogue negotiations on the EU’s Artificial Intelligence (AI) Act, the Computer & Communications Industry Associations (CCIA Europe) sent a letter to the Spanish Pres...
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Network Fees: Coalition Calls on EU Ministers To Reject Big Telco Demands

Brussels, BELGIUM – A broad coalition sent a joint statement in support of the Open Internet to the 27 EU Telecom Ministers and their ambassadors earlier today. Aside from the Computer & Comm...
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Revised Product Liability Rules Adopted by European Parliament Committees

Brussels, BELGIUM – The lead Committees of the European Parliament adopted their position on the revision of the EU Directive on the liability for defective products today. The Computer & Com...
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Controversial Media Exemption Divides European Parliament

Brussels, BELGIUM – Today, the European Parliament adopted its position on the European Media Freedom Act (EMFA). Unfortunately, in addition to many unwanted provisions, a controversial proposal to ...
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AI Act: Regulate High-Risk Use Instead of Technology, EU Negotiators Told By Industry

Brussels, BELGIUM – As EU negotiators meet early next week to start hammering out a deal on the landmark Artificial Intelligence (AI) Act, a coalition of industry associations is calling on the co-l...
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CCIA Appoints New Head of Europe

Brussels, BELGIUM – The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA) is pleased to announce Daniel Friedlaender as its new Senior Vice President and Head of Office for CCIA Europe. ...
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Digital Markets Act: CCIA Europe Raises Concerns About Consumer Profiling Template

The Computer & Communications Industry Association (CCIA Europe) filed a submission to the European Commission’s consultation on the template relating to the reporting on consumer profiling tech...
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Media Freedom Act: EU Parliament Risks Enabling Spread of Harmful Content With Media Exemption

Brussels, BELGIUM – Today, the European Parliament's Culture Committee adopted its position on the European Media Freedom Act (EMFA), reviving a controversial measure exempting media outlets from co...
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EU Countries Seal Data Transfer Deal With United States After Years of Uncertainty

Brussels, BELGIUM – The EU’s new transatlantic data transfer deal with the United States has been signed off by the 27 EU Member States, ending three years of legal uncertainty. By finally ratifyi...