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Trade secrets: EP/Council deal backed by Legal Affairs Committee

JURI Citizens' rights / Competition28-01-2016 - 10:38

A provisional deal on new rules to help firms win legal redress against theft or misuse of their trade secrets was endorsed by the Legal Affairs Committee on Thursday. The deal, struck by Parliament and Council negotiators in December, now needs to be endorsed by Parliament as a whole as well as the Council of Ministers. (Read more: Trade secrets: EP/Council deal backed by Legal Affairs Committee )

 

Stop geo-blocking and boost e-commerce and digital innovation, says Parliament

Plenary Session Free movement of services19-01-2016 - 13:26
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Geo-blocking consumers’ online access to goods and services on the basis of their IP address, postal address or the country of issue of credit cards is unjustified and it must stop, says Parliament in a resolution voted on Tuesday. MEPs want Europe to seize the opportunities opened up by new technologies, such as Big Data, cloud computing, the Internet of Things or 3D-printing, and to have an innovation-friendly policy towards online platforms. (Read more: Stop geo-blocking and boost e-commerce and digital innovation, says Parliament )

 

Schwab: Regulile trebuie să asigure rezistența UE în cazul unui atac cibernetic

Altele Societatea informației14-01-2016 - 10:19
Interviu cu Andreas Schwab  

Nerespectarea confidențialității datelor poate provoca daune grave consumatorilor, întreprinderilor și chiar guvernelor, cum au demonstrat-o deja atacurile cibernetice costisitoare contra Estoniei, în 2007, și companiei Sony. Pentru a stimula protecția cibernetică înservicii esențiale precum furnizarea de energie electrică și controlul traficului aerian, UE a convenit asupra unor reguli comune privind securitatea cibernetică. Andreas Schwab (PPE, Germania) ne-a vorbit despre acestea. (Mai mult: Schwab: Regulile trebuie să asigure rezistența UE în cazul unui atac cibernetic )

 

First-ever EU-wide cyber-security rules backed by Internal Market Committee

IMCO Industry / Information society14-01-2016 - 10:05

Firms supplying essential services, e.g. for energy, transport, banking and health, or digital ones, such as search engines and cloud computing, will have to take action to improve their ability to withstand cyber-attacks under new rules approved by Internal Market MEPs on Thursday. These rules, informally agreed by MEPs and Council negotiators on 7 December, were approved by 34 votes to 2. They now need to be endorsed by the Council and the full Parliament. (Read more: First-ever EU-wide cyber-security rules backed by Internal Market Committee )

 

Controale stricte: „Armele pe care le vindem pot fi folosite împotriva noastră"

Sesiune Libera circulație a mărfurilor16-12-2015 - 17:09
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Amenințarea terorismului în Europa a înmulțit solicitările de controale mai stricte ale armelor. Miercuri, deputații europeni dezbat un raport care cere aplicarea mai strictă a codului UE privind exporturile de arme. Votul va avea loc în ziua următoare. În 2013, numai statele membre au exportat arme în valoare de 26,7 miliarde de euro către țări din afara UE. În plus, deputaților europeni li se va cere opinia cu privire la noile norme UE pentru consolidarea controalelor armelor de foc. (Mai mult: Controale stricte: „Armele pe care le vindem pot fi folosite împotriva noastră" )

 

Protecting trade secrets – MEPs strike a deal with Council

JURI Citizens' rights / Competition15-12-2015 - 16:34

New rules to help businesses obtain legal redress against the theft or misuse of their trade secrets were informally agreed by Parliament and Council negotiators on Tuesday. MEPs ensured that freedom of expression and information will be protected and that the new rules will not restrict the work of journalists. (Read more: Protecting trade secrets – MEPs strike a deal with Council )

 

Energy Union: integrate markets and link up to buy supplies, urge MEPs

Plenary Session Energy15-12-2015 - 14:20

The Energy Union must provide EU citizens with secure, sustainable and affordable energy, say MEPs in a non-legislative resolution voted on Tuesday. Building it will demand concerted efforts by EU countries to reduce their dependence on energy imports, by integrating their energy markets, improving security of supply, making the best use of existing and renewable sources, and moderating demand, they add. (Read more: Energy Union: integrate markets and link up to buy supplies, urge MEPs )

 

Fully integrating the EU electricity market could cut bills by at least €2 per MWh, and thus save users up to €40 billion a year by 2030, say MEPs in a non-legislative resolution voted on Tuesday. But to achieve this, EU countries need to invest €150 billion to interconnect their national grids, they add. (Read more: Electricity: MEPs urge all EU countries to interconnect their national grids )

 

Boost digital single market with apps and stop geo-blocking, say MEPs

IMCO ITRE Industry / Free movement of goods / Free movement of services15-12-2015 - 10:16

Innovation-friendly policies are needed to boost the sharing economy and online platforms but unjustified geo-blocking must be stopped, say the internal market and industry committees in a resolution passed on Monday night. They point out that developing e-government and e-skills could help the EU digital single market to generate €415 billion a year. (Read more: Boost digital single market with apps and stop geo-blocking, say MEPs )

 

MEPs close deal with Council on first ever EU rules on cybersecurity

IMCO Information society07-12-2015 - 23:38

Transport and energy companies will have to ensure that the digital infrastructure that they use to deliver essential services, such as traffic control or electricity grid management, is robust enough to withstand cyber-attacks, under new rules provisionally agreed by internal market MEPs and the Luxembourg Presidency of the EU Council of Ministers on Monday. Online marketplaces like eBay or Amazon, search engines and clouds will also be required to ensure that their infrastructure is secure. (Read more: MEPs close deal with Council on first ever EU rules on cybersecurity )