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The Legal Affairs Committee calls on the Commission to review existing laws applicable to online providers and put forward new legislation on online content management.

MEPs approved proposals to address long-term opportunities and legal challenges posed by AI in the area of ethics, civil liability and intellectual property.

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Ministers are outlining the priorities of the German Presidency of the Council of the EU to parliamentary committees, in a series of meetings.

On Wednesday, members of the Legal Affairs Committee will debate the future due diligence and sustainable corporate governance rules with Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders.

On Tuesday, JURI and AFCO took stock of the impact of the 5 May 2020 German Constitutional Court ruling on the EU legal order and examined potential courses of action.

On Tuesday, Parliament and Council negotiators reached an agreement to make access to justice faster, cheaper and more user-friendly for EU citizens and businesses.

Parliament and Council negotiators reached a deal on the first EU-wide rules on collective redress, on Monday.

Legal Affairs Committee MEPs discussed the effects of COVID-19 on the functioning of the judiciary and the situation in Poland and Hungary with Commissioner Reynders, on Thursday.

Measures to support the judiciary and recent initiatives in member states that risk undermining the rule of law will be discussed with Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders, on Thursday.

The Legal Affairs Committee confirmed on Thursday Parliament’s negotiating position on a new bill introducing EU-wide rules on collective redress.