Digital Brief: Commissioners On Trial

By |oktober 3rd, 2019|commissioner hearings, copyright, Didier Reynders, EU, Mariya Gabriel, News, Sylvie Goulard|

Welcome to EURACTIV’s Digital Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU. You can subscribe to the newsletter here.    “Concerning technologies of the future, such as artificial intelligence or 5G for example, the European Union can establish...

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Capitals Special Edition: The Copyright Directive

By |oktober 2nd, 2019|copyright, copyright directive, copyright reform, EU, News, The Capitals|

The EU's copyright directive, which aims to provide legal protection and remuneration for content creators online, was adopted in April of this year and Member states are now required to transpose the reforms into national legislation by June 2021. In ...

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Digital Brief: Copyright Commotion

By |september 26th, 2019|China, copyright, data retention germany, Digital, Digital Brief, digital war, dual use goods, EU, Facebook, Google, Huawei, libra, News, online terrorist content, tech, The Digital Brief, US|

Welcome to EURACTIV’s Digital Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU. You can subscribe to the newsletter here.    “Google’s decision is not just regrettable. It is disrespectful of the spirit of the European directive and the...

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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: How to deal with a problem like Artificial Intelligence

By |avgust 29th, 2019|artificial intelligence, Brexit, cloud, copyright, Defence Ministers, Digital, EU, Eva Kaili, Helsinki, News, tech, Technology|

Welcome back to EURACTIV’s Digital Brief, your weekly update on all things digital in the EU. You can subscribe to the newsletter here.    “GDPR includes provisions which could potentially hinder the development of data-driven, self-learning algorithmic systems.” – S&D...

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French parliament adopts copyright reform after EU law

By |julij 24th, 2019|copyright, EU, France, News|

The French parliament on Tuesday (23 July) adopted a copyright reform to protect media against the use of their news by tech giants, the first national legislature to agree the new EU law.

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Facebook to work with ‘trustworthy’ media after Russian fake news offensive

By |junij 17th, 2019|2019 European elections, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, Code of practice against disinformation, copyright, disinformation, EU, Europe, Facebook, fake news, Google, Jesper Doub, media, News, Reuters Institute, Russia, Twitter|

Facebook said it will enable “trustworthy” news publishers to generate additional revenue on its social media site, following EU accusations of Russian meddling in last month's European election campaign.

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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|

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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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