MEPs chart path for a European approach to Artificial Intelligence

By |maj 12th, 2020|AI, artificial intelligence, Axel Voss, biometric, Digital, Dirk Staudenmayer, ethics, EU, Europe, European Parliament, facial recognition, Ibán García del Blanco, Liesje Schreinemacher, News, Stéphane Séjourné, Technology, Tiemo Wölken|

EU lawmakers debated the bloc's approach to regulating Artificial Intelligence technologies on Tuesday (12 May), in an effort to chart a path for how the EU will manage the onset of next-generation technologies.

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MEP Giegold on infringement: Germans in top positions must show the way

By |maj 12th, 2020|Axel Voss, bond-buying, CDU/CSU, ECJ, German Constitutional Court, German Greens, infringement procedure, infringement proceedings, Karlsruhe, News, Niclas Herbst, Sven Giegold, von der Leyen|

Commission boss Ursula von der Leyen may have to be tough on Germany and possibly launch infringement procedures to avoid accusations of being soft on her home country, particularly ahead of Berlin's upcoming EU presidency, according to Green MEP Sven ...

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EPP cite controversial PEPP-PT as example for single European COVID-19 app

By |april 21st, 2020|#DP3T, Axel Voss, centralised, coronavirus, COVID-19, data, data protection, decentralised, EPP, Hering Schuppener, Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, News, Pan-European Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing, Patrick Breyer, PEPP-PT, Privacy, Renew Europe, S&D, Sophie in’t Veld|

The controversial Pan-European Privacy-Preserving Proximity Tracing (PEPP-PT) project provides a good example of how an EU COVID-19 mobile app should function, the European Parliament's largest political group said on Tuesday (21 April), drawing critic...

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One year of EU copyright reform: Is the Internet still working?

By |april 20th, 2020|Article 17 copyright, Axel Voss, copyright, copyright reform, European Parliament, Julia Reda, News, upload filters, Uploadfilter|

A year ago, EU copyright law was reformed under strong protest and with a narrow majority in the EU Parliament. Germany is still working on implementation, but civil society is already preparing to fight the directive in court.

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MEP Axel Voss publishes EU digital manifesto, warns of EU’s ‘digital dependency’

By |januar 22nd, 2020|5G, Axel Voss, China, digital sovereignty, digital tax, European People's Party, Germany, Huawei, News, USA|

Conservative German MEP Axel Voss, also known as the father of the controversial copyright reform, has published a manifesto on European digital policy in which he warns that Europe should not become a "digital colony" of other powers. EURACTIV Germany...

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Copyright directive ‘not in danger’ EU says, following Google backlash

By |september 26th, 2019|Article 17, Axel Voss, copyright, copyright reform, EU, European Commission, Google, Marietje Schaake, Mathias Vermeulen, News, Richard Gingras, Tiemo Wölken|

The European Commission has assured that the EU’s controversial copyright directive is “not in danger,” following Google’s announcement that it will circumvent the reforms by implementing technical changes to the way it displays news online. Google announced on Wednesday (25...

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Google is like a ‘digital dictatorship’, says EU copyright rapporteur

By |september 25th, 2019|Article 17, Axel Voss, copyright, copyright directive, EU, Google, News|

In an interview with EURACTIV'S media partner EuroEFE, German MEP Axel Voss, rapporteur for the controversial European "copyright" directive, defends the need to combat monopolies on the Internet, including that of the US giant Google.

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Digital Brief: ‘No letting down the guard’

By |maj 30th, 2019|AKK, Alexandra Geese, Andrus Ansip, Angelika Niebler, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, Axel Voss, Brexit, censorship, copyright, Digital, Dita Charanzová, EU, EU DisinfoLab, Euronews, Facebook, Germany, Helen Dixon, Huawei, Julian King, Katarina Barley, Kersti Kaljulaid, Manuel Bompard, Marcel Kolaja, Marina Kaljurand, Mariya Gabriel, Markétka Gregorová, Michel Barnier, Mikuláš Peksa, Nato, News, Patrick Breyer, Pietro Bartolo, Sophie in’t Veld, tech, The Digital Brief, Tiemo Wölken, Turkey, Twitter, wikipedia, Yana Toom|

Welcome to EURACTIV’s Digital Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. 

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Copyright MEP in bomb threat scare

By |marec 19th, 2019|Axel Voss, copyright, copyright directive, copyright reform, EU copyright, Julia Reda, News|

German police are investigating the Bonn office of Axel Voss, the MEP leading the controversial copyright directive through the European Parliament, after he was the subject of a bomb threat last week, German media are reporting.

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Deal struck on copyright reform after ‘intense’ negotiations

By |februar 14th, 2019|Andrus Ansip, article 11, article 13, Axel Voss, copyright, copyright reform, Julia Reda, Link tax, News, text and data mining, upload filters|

The future of online copyright is set to be radically transformed as Parliament and Council negotiators struck an agreement on the controversial Copyright Directive on Wednesday (13 February) evening, over two years after the measures were first introd...

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