The planning is indicative and proposals are subject to Better Regulation principles, including the requirement to conduct an impact assessment.
The European Parliament, the Council and the Commission have tonight delivered on commitments made during September’s Digital Summit in Tallinn by ending unjustified geoblocking, one of the EU priority files for 2017
The General Affairs Council today adopted conclusions calling for the strengthening of European cybersecurity and enhancing cyber resilience across the EU, in line with the tasking from the European Council in October 2017.
The agenda includes items on interinstitutional agreement on the Transparency Register, a reform of the electoral law of the European Union and the statute and funding of European political parties and European political foundations.
DME brings together European companies that have revolutionized how people discover, enjoy and experience music. Representing Europe’s leading digital music innovators such as Spotify, Deezer, Soundcloud, Shazam and other digital music services, the coalition will work with policy-makers and stakeholders to ensure that the sector’s growth and European leadership continues and that the most important stakeholders – creators and consumers – continue to benefit.
To celebrate its official launching, DME is organizing an event on November 20 in the Musem of Musical Instruments with a panel discussion featuring the prominent voices of the European Digital Single Market and followed by a series of ignite talks delivered by start-ups that at are at the forefront of European innovation. The Belgian indie band Alice on the Roof will offer a concert after it in the rooftop of the Museum to close the event.
The Task Force will report to the President by 15 July 2018, making recommendations on how to better apply the principles of subsidiarity and proportionality, identifying policy areas where work could be re-delegated or definitely returned to Member States, as well as ways to better involve regional and local authorities in EU policy making and delivery.
However, Mr Schrems cannot rely on his consumer status with respect to claims assigned to him by other consumers.
The Commission launched today a public consultation on fake news and online disinformation and set up a High-Level Expert Group representing academics, online platforms, news media and civil society organisations.
The group will prepare for the Coreper meeting on Wednesday 15 and Thursday 16 November 2017. Full article…