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EU: Enact Controls on Digital Weapons Trade

Unregulated Export of Powerful Surveillance Tools Threatens Internet Freedom (Brussels, December 11, 2012) – The European Union should enact new (...)

Published on 11 December 2012 Read

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In victory for online free expression, European Parliament rejects ACTA

Reporters Without Borders hails the European Parliament’s rejection of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA) today by 478 votes to 39. (...)

Published on 4 July 2012 Read

European union

INTA adopted its final recommendation: The European Parliament must reject ACTA!

By 19 votes to 12, the members of the International Trade (INTA) committee of the EU Parliament adopted on 12 June its voting recommendation and (...)

Published on 21 June 2012 Read

European union

Viviane Reding responds to Reporters Without Borders’ criticism of “right to be forgotten”

In its 2012 “Enemies of the Internet” report, Reporters Without Borders voiced reservations about a proposed European Commission directive and (...)

Published on 16 March 2012 Read

European union

Online freedoms threatened by another step towards treaty’s adoption

The Council of the European Union is about to adopt the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA). The agreement will be formally signed by EU (...)

Published on 15 December 2011 Read

Europe/Ex-USSR

Disappointing report and belated investigation on net neutrality

Reporters Without Borders notes the European Commission’s decision to investigate the impact on net neutrality of the practices of Internet (...)

Published on 27 April 2011 Read

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European Parliament adopts Gallo report

Reporters Without Borders deplores the European Parliament’s adoption of the Gallo report and fears its impact on future implementation of the (...)

Published on 22 September 2010 Read

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Gallo Report clears first hurdle

French MEP Marielle Gallo’s report on online file-sharing and copyright infringement was approved today by the European Parliament’s Legal Affairs (...)

Published on 31 May 2010 Read

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