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Verfahren : 2015/2147(INI)
Werdegang im Plenum
Entwicklungsstadium in Bezug auf das Dokument : A8-0371/2015

Eingereichte Texte :

A8-0371/2015

Aussprachen :

PV 19/01/2016 - 4
CRE 19/01/2016 - 4

Abstimmungen :

PV 19/01/2016 - 5.9
CRE 19/01/2016 - 5.9

Angenommene Texte :

P8_TA(2016)0009

Plenardebatten
Dienstag, 19. Januar 2016 - Straßburg Überprüfte Ausgabe

4. Auf dem Weg zu einer Akte zum digitalen Binnenmarkt (Aussprache)
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  Julia Reda, on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group . Mr President, the Commission has titled this project ‘The Digital Single Market’ but we must not lose sight of the reason for tearing down the digital borders and for promoting the exchange of knowledge, goods and services in Europe. It is to empower people and to ensure that the technological projects of globalisation benefit all, and not just the few.

Parliament recalls in this report that is not just the market and profit-seeking enterprises that can provide solutions. The strategy will not be comprehensive if it does not take into account solutions based on the commons. There is open-source software that improves interoperability, security and control over technology. Community WiFi projects provide connectivity, even in remote areas, and crowd-funding allows communities to fund innovation without the dependence on big investors.

Finally, net neutrality and universal internet access are the basis for the Digital Single Market to function, so some regulation of the market is necessary to ensure that new technologies in commercial undertakings safeguard fundamental rights. But it is not necessary to reinvent the wheel when dealing with online intermediaries. In many areas, such as liability, we already have functioning legislation. We must recognise that the internet is more than just a big shopping centre. The successful digital strategy emphasises the strength of the internet: the free exchange of knowledge and collaboration. In summary, we must complement the digital single market with a digital commons strategy. This report makes a good step in this direction, and I would like to thank the rapporteurs for their important and collaborative work in this area.

 
Letzte Aktualisierung: 24. Mai 2018Rechtlicher Hinweis