Archive for the ‘EuroISPA’ Category

ISPAI Welcomes European Parliament LIBE Committee Amendments to the Draft Directive on Child Exploitation as it Applies to the Internet

February 17, 2010

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The draft EU Directive to combat the sexual abuse, sexual exploitation of children and child pornography, must produce legislation that is truly effective in tackling the Internet dimension of this problem. ISPAI welcomes the improved LIBE Committee amendments – but calls for further improvements to give legal certainty to all partners cooperating to fight this online abuse and so make this legislation a landmark in improving protection of children. (more…)

Industry Expert Group Joint Statement on Data Retention Implementation

December 14, 2009

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IMPLEMENTATION OF EUROPEAN DATA RETENTION DIRECTIVE FAILS TO HARMONISE WITH RESULTING IMPLICATIONS FOR COMPETETION

The Telecoms and Internet Industry members of the European Commission Expert Group on Data Retention point out the lack of harmonisation achieved in the implementation of the Data Retention Directive and the considerable implications (more…)

EuroISPA Statement on Amendment 138 of Telecoms Package

October 20, 2009

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EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT SHOULD MAINTAIN ITS DEFENCE OF CITIZENS’ FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS

The European Association of Internet Service Providers (EuroISPA) urges the European Parliament to continue to support citizens’ Fundamental Rights.

EuroISPA strongly supports the principles laid down by the amendment 138 as adopted by the (more…)