EU ready to act alone on digital tax if no global deal in 2020

By |september 30th, 2019|Competition policy, digital tax, EU digital tax, GAFA, Margrethe Vestager, News, Paolo Gentiloni, transatlantic relations|

European Union commissioners-designate said the bloc should agree on a digital tax if no deal on the matter was reached at a global level by the end of next year, ramping up pressure on multinationals accused of paying too little.

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2019 LOOKAHEAD: Towards a ‘Techno-ethics’

By |januar 3rd, 2019|2019 Lookahead, 5G, Action plan on disinformation, AI, Apple, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles, Bruno Le Maire, Cambridge Analytica, copyright, copyright directive, copyright reform, digital tax, disinformation, ethics, EU digital tax, Facebook, fake news, GAFA, Google, Internet Research Agency, killer robots, laws, Lethal Autonomous Weapons Systems, Lookahead, News, Russian trolls, Sebastian Kurz, techlash, Tim Cook, Troll factory, trolley problem, wifi|

2019 is likely to prove the dawn of a 'Techno-ethics' in which consumers will expect their rights to be respected in the digital realm as they are in everyday life and legislators will oblige tech giants to play by the same rules as the wider industry.

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Digital 2018: A year in review

By |december 28th, 2018|artificial intelligence, copyright, copyright reform, Cybersecurity, Cybersecurity Act, data protection, digital 2018, digital 2018 review, digital tax, digitax, disinformation, EU digital tax, fake news, News, Privacy, robotics, tech review 2018|

What happened in the world of digital policy during 2018? Here's a review of all the big stories, brought to you by Euractiv's Digital Affairs Editor, Samuel Stolton.

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MEPs back digital tax plans by overwhelming majority

By |december 14th, 2018|digital services tax, digital tax, digitax, EU digital tax, News, Paul Tang|

MEPs in the European Parliament have signalled their support in clear and uncertain terms for the taxation of digital services, during a vote in Thursday's plenary session (13 December) in Strasbourg.

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Digital Tax: Parties in last-ditch attempt raise rates and narrow scope

By |december 13th, 2018|digital services tax, digital tax, EU digital tax, News, Paul Tang|

The centre-right EPP have made a last-ditch attempt to narrow the scope of the EU’s proposed Digital Services Tax, in a move that would see streaming services such as Netflix excluded from the proposals.

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Group of EU states rejects compromise on digital tax as deadline looms

By |december 3rd, 2018|digital tax, EU digital tax, News|

A group of European Union countries rejected on Friday (30 November) a new compromise plan for the introduction of an EU-wide tax on digital revenues of large companies, diplomats said, making it increasingly difficult to meet a year-end deadline for a...

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France and Germany turn up the heat on EU digital tax

By |november 13th, 2018|Bruno Le Maire, digital services tax, digital tax, EU digital tax, News, Olaf Scholz, Paul Tang|

German Finance Minister, Olaf Scholz, and his French counterpart, Bruno Le Maire, rallied their support for the European Commission's digital tax plans on Monday (12 December), with the former stating that he wants a deal tied up at a December meeting of EU finance ministers in Brussels. 

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Stark divisions among member states in EU digital tax plans

By |november 6th, 2018|big tech, digital tax, Ecofin, EU digital tax, EU finance ministers, Facebook, Google, Hartwig Löger, News, Pierre Moscovici, sunset clause, YouTube|

EU finance ministers remain divided over a raft of issues in the European Commission's digital services tax (DST) plans after a meeting on Tuesday (6 November) drew attention to a plethora of challenges in reaching a consensus.

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