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Published | 20 October 2017

ePrivacy Regulation: LIBE vote jeopardizes the digital future of the press in Europe

In view of the vote in plenary session, ENPA and EMMA urgently call on MEPs to reject the mandate for the trialogue negotiations and instead allow for a true and transparent democratic debate that could ensure a balanced approach for the protection of citizens and their democratic values, including freedom of the press and their right to access to information.

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Published | 18 October 2017

ePrivacy Regulation: MEPs shall guarantee data protection in a pluralistic media landscape and not empower dominant US giants

On behalf of the press publishing sector in Europe, we urge the members of the LIBE Committee not to take a dangerous route that will not only go against the future of a free and independent press in Europe but also against the rights of individual citizens.

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Published | 02 October 2017

ePrivacy: press publishers urge European Parliament to avoid citizens’ data control by dominant technological players

29 September 2017 – The European Parliament had a first vote on the draft E-privacy Regulation in the Internal Market Committee yesterday. After the fast adoption of the other opinions next week, the report of MEP Lauristin will already be submitted to the vote in the leading Committee for Civil Liberties on 12 October.

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Published | 07 September 2017

Green's Debate on Copyright: solutions for a Press Publishers' Right

On September 6, EMMA-ENPA attended conference “Better Regulation for Copyright” hosted by Julia Reda (Greens/DE) in the European Parliament. 

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Published | 25 July 2017

European Commission launches public consultation on reduced VAT rates for electronically supplied publications

The objective of the consultation is to obtain the views of stakeholders on the VAT treatment of electronic publications (e-publications)

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