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EU agrees deal to access online films and TV while abroad
EU citizens will be able use their subscriptions to online music, games, films and TV shows while travelling abroad under new rules informally agreed Tuesday ...
Social media platforms improve action against hate speech
Social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter have improved action on countering illegal hate speech online, says a Commission report, but better ...
Digital subscriptions portable from 1 April
From 1 April 2018 onwards, Europeans will be able to access the online content that they have subscribed to at home, wherever they are in the EU, EU ...
Portability of online content services
From 1 April 2018 onwards, Europeans will be able to access the online content that they have subscribed to at home, wherever they are in the EU.
EU reaches deal on digital copyright reform
Creatives and news publishers will be empowered to negotiate with internet giants thanks to a deal reached late Wednesday on copyright rules which also ...
Loans and grants in the field of Communication
EU urges tech giants to step up fight against fake news
The EU Commission called on tech giants including Google, Facebook and Twitter Tuesday to intensify their efforts to crack down on disinformation in the run up ...
EUvsDisinfo is the flagship project of the European External Action Service's East StratCom Task Force. It was established in 2015 to better forecast, address, ...
Russian interference prompts EU action against disinformation
Europe needs to join forces to protect its democracies against Russia's interference in elections and referenda, the EU Commission said Wednesday as it ...
MEPs back lower VAT for e-books
EU citizens could pay less for e-books after plans to allow EU Member States to reduce VAT on e-publications were backed by a European Parliament committee on ...
Is EU's fight against fake news bearing fruit?
EU efforts to fight the spread of verifiably false or misleading information for the purposes of economic gain or intentionally deceiving the public are to be ...
30 pct European content quota under new media services directive
The EU institutions reached preliminary agreement Thursday on revised rules for audiovisual media, focusing on protection of minors, hate speech and 30% ...
Media Guides
Guides on the EU Media policy.
French practice on out-of-print books against copyright directive: EU Court
The EU's copyright directive protects the rights of authors against exploitation through the digital reproduction of out-of-print books, the eU's top court ...
Directive on television and radio programmes
The European Parliament gave its approval on 28 march for a Directive that will simplify cross-border distribution and retransmission of television and radio ...
Press Advisor, European People's Party
The European People’s Party (EPP) is currently recruiting a PRESS ADVISOR (m/f) for its headquarters in Brussels.
Radio frequencies for new and faster wireless services in the EU
A five year policy programme for planning and harmonising the use of the EU’s radio spectrum has been proposed by the European Commission. The proposal, which ...
EU okays funding mechanism for France Télévisions
The European Commission has approved the annual funding mechanism for France Télévisions, which is deemed to comply with the European Union's state aid rules.
Selection and authorisation of systems providing mobile satellite services
Mobile satellite services (MSS) present enormous potential at the EU level. Their deployment contributes to reducing the geographical digital divide by ...
Consultation on the rapidly converging audiovisual world
Millions of Europeans catch up with their favourite TV series on a smartphone on the way to work, watch online content on their living room TV, or put their ...
A multi-dimensional approach to disinformation - Report of the independent High level Group on fake news and online disinformation
In its report, the EU's High-Level Expert Group on Fake News and Disinformation spread online suggests a definition of the phenomenon and makes a series of ...
Copyright Directive: Nefarious upload filters strike back
The closed-doors "trilogue" discussions on the copyright Directive finalised last night with an agreement that supports upload filters.
European Court of Justice: European Commission correct to issue guidelines for protecting consumers using online gambling services
The EU Court of Justice (CJEU) has ruled that the European Commission acted within its rights by issuing guidelines to member states on how to protect ...
The Code of conduct on countering illegal hate speech online
On 22 June 2020, the European Commission released the results of its fifth evaluation of the 2016 Code of Conduct on countering illegal hate speech online.
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Communication, advertising and media companies in Europe
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Advertising, Marketing and Media companies in Europe
Amendments to Directive 2006/116/EC on the term of protection of copyright and certain related rights - guide
EU Member States have adopted amendments to Directive 2006/116/EC on the term of protection of copyright and certain related rights, which extend copyright for ...
MEPs target fake news and illegal online content
Current laws regulating online platforms need to be updated for the digital age, the European Parliament urged Thursday, reflecting increasing public disquiet ...
EU action against disinformation
The EU presented on 5 December an Action Plan to step up efforts to counter disinformation in Europe and beyond.
EU Microsoft Statement - questions & answers
Competition: Statement of Objections to Microsoft for non-compliance with March 2004 decision - frequently asked questions
EU Alerts

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German EU presidency priorities - Just Transition Fund - road transport sector reform

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