A summary of the Committee’s consideration of the draft report is now available.
A summary of the committee’s debate on the consideration of amendments is now available.
MEPs took an important step today towards eliminating the barriers that hinder cross-border on-line trade and defining rules that protect consumers in the digital environment. The Members of the European Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee and the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection today jointly adopted the Directive on contracts for the supply of digital content. The new Directive will aim to harmonise the standard set of digital contract law rules on contracts between businesses and consumers
The European Parliament’s committees for the internal market and legal affairs today backed proposals to update laws covering contracts for the supply of digital content.
A summary of the consideration of the draft opinion is available.
Results of the Committee’s vote on the adoption of the draft opinion are available.
A summary of the committee’s vote on the adoption of the draft report and the decision to enter into interinstitutional negotiations is now available.
The digitalisation of manufacturing industry, i.e. employing in depth digital technologies for the performance of good production raises additional cybersecurity questions. Currently EU cybersecurity policies are mainly targeting network security and large infrastructures of public interest, with little emphasis on the needs of a digitised industry. Still, recent policy developments do provide framework of possibly covering these needs.
Compromise amendments 1 – 86 are now available.