On the occasion of the third meeting of EU-Japan Cyber Dialogue in Tokyo on 5 March 2018, the European Union (EU) and Japanese side confirmed their partnership in favour of an open, free, fair, stable and secure cyberspace that fosters social and economic growth and in which human rights and fundamental freedoms are respected.
The Council today adopted conclusions on the enforcement of intellectual property (IP) rights in the EU.
The Commission is setting up a group on artificial intelligence to gather expert input and rally a broad alliance of diverse stakeholders.
At the Danish Competition and Consumer Authority, Copenhagen, 9 March 2018.
A summary of the Committee’s exchange of views with a focus on digital and transport policy is now available.