The agenda includes items on energy & climate and environment, digital and transport policy.
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In 2015, the EUIPO, through the Observatory, commissioned a research study on online business models used to infringe intellectual property rights. It was envisaged that the study would be divided into two phases: The Phase 1 report was published in July 2016 and is available on the EUIPO website. The Phase 2 highlights the abuse of the domain names system by those who infringe intellectual property rights and stresses the need to involve as wide a range of authorities as possible to cooperate in the fight against those abuses. The four studied Member States are Spain, Sweden, Germany and the UK. The report is based on in-depth research of the country code top level domains (ccTLD) of the four chosen Member States to detect how often e-shops suspected of marketing trade mark infringing products are utilizing previously-used domain names.
The speech includes reference to anti-dumping, Brexit, digital economy, and posting of workers.
– Questions by the German delegation to the Council Legal Service regarding Article 13.
The agenda includes items related to energy & climate, environment, digital, trade, transport and general policy.