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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EU caps price of international phone calls in landmark telecoms overhaul

By |junij 6th, 2018|Andrus Ansip, Dita Charanzová, European Parliament, fibre optic cables, international calls, Lise Fuhr, Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, mobile roaming, News, roaming caps, Telecoms regulations, telecoms regulatory framework|

Lawmakers agreed to cap the price of phone calls and SMS messages between EU countries and sealed a deal to encourage investment in fast internet networks during a late-night meeting on Wednesday (6 June).

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MEPs and Commission headed for showdown over international phone call rates in the EU

By |april 20th, 2018|Bulgaria presidency, Bulgarian Presidency, Dita Charanzová, international calls, News, telecoms regulatory framework|

The European Parliament is holding its ground on its controversial proposal to lower the costs of international phone calls within the EU, one week before a make-or-break round of negotiations on a sweeping telecoms bill.

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Negotiators agree to end geoblocking in move ahead on EU ecommerce files

By |november 21st, 2017|Andrus Ansip, audio-visual, copyright, digital services, Dita Charanzová, e-books, Estonian Presidency, geo-blocking, geoblocking, News, Roza Thun, Spotify, streaming|

MEPs, member states and the European Commission agreed on a compromise deal to end geoblocking restrictions, a move that will force e-commerce businesses to sell to shoppers around the EU regardless of what country they live in.

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MEPs want to lower prices for international phone calls

By |september 5th, 2017|Dita Charanzová, European Telecommunications Network Operators, international calls, Lise Fuhr, mobile roaming, Monique Goyens, News, roaming caps, Telecoms regulations, telecoms regulatory framework|

MEPs want to put a price cap on calls and text messages from one EU country to another, arguing those rates are outrageously high for many consumers.

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Half-digital Czech Republic anxious about cyber stability

By |junij 28th, 2017|ALDE, Aleš Chmelař, ANO 2011, Czech Republic, Dita Charanzová, Estonian Presidency, Internet of Things, News|

The Czech Republic is one of the EU leaders in e-commerce. However, it is one of the worst in e-government. For example, one of the ministries uses 125 mutually unconnected databases. EURACTIV.cz reports.

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European court may force Uber out of Europe

By |junij 1st, 2017|CJEU, Czech Republic, Dita Charanzová, Maciej Szpunar, News, Pavel Telička, Sharing Economy, taxis, Tomáš Zdechovský, uber|

A key decision awaits the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU). Will the Court’s judges side with the opponents of sharing services such as Uber, or will they instead support their further development? EURACTIV Czech Republic’s partner Aktuálně reports.

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Commission exploring how to protect EU steel market from China

By |marec 9th, 2017|China, David Martin, Dita Charanzová, European Steelworkers Association, Geert Van Poelvoorde, MES, News, protectionism, Reinhard Bütikofer, Steel, unemployment, United States, WTO|

It doesn’t look good for Beijing. Brussels and Washington still refuse to recognise China as a market economy and the Commission has proposed legislation that completely changes the rules for EU trade with third countries. EURACTIV Czech Republic partner Aktuálně.cz reports.

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