EU Tech Policy Brief: March 2019 Recap

This is the March 2019 recap issue of CDT’s monthly EU Tech Policy Brief. It highlights some of the most pressing technology and internet policy issues under debate in Europe, the U.S., and internationally, and gives CDT’s perspective on them. Terrorist Content Online Regulation: LIBE Committee looking at core problems The European Parliament’s Civil Liberties Committee postponed its vote on the proposed Terrorist Content Online Regulation. MEPs are taking more time to debate several important issues that Member States and the Commission did not give sufficient attention. These include: definition of terrorist content, scope of providers and services covered by the Regulation, deadline for compliance with removal orders, conditions for appointing Competent Authorities, and whether the Regulation should empower them to impose mandatory proactive measures. These are concerns CDT raised in a letter to MEPs, co-signed with several NGOs and industry groups. They…

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