IEU Monitoring: IEU DIGITAL Telegram 12 Sept 2016

Our telegram headlines today*:


  • EP Draft opinion - Civil Law Rules on Robotics - PE 589.153v01-00 - Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs


  • Europe in the context of the 30th Edition of the 'Telcos & Digital Economy' Summit
  • EP Written declaration on the potential of digital technologies for an improved and widespread access to knowledge - P8-DCL-2016-0085


  • DG Connect: The Human Brain Project and the Graphene Flagships are moving ahead to the next stage of their 10-Year Voyage


  • DG Grow: Draft Radio Frequency Regulation 4U/2016 M of the Finnish Communications Regulatory Authority and the associated radio frequency utilisation plan (Frequency Allocation Table) within the frequency spectrum 9 kHz – 400 GHz, which also includes the radio interface specification


  • ENISA: Discussion on implementing the NIS Directive and enhancing competitiveness
  • ENISA in 2015 - Annual Report
  • EP Written declaration on encryption - P8-DCL-2016-0073
  • Erste deutsch-japanische Cybersicherheits-Konsultationen
  • BSI und Verbände initiieren Cyber-Sicherheits-Umfrage 2016


  • Commission Decision concerning Case PL/2016/1902: Wholesale SMS termination on individual mobile networks in Poland Article 7(3) of Directive 2002/21/EC: No comments


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CJEU on Spiegel Online: The use of a protected work for the purposes of reporting current events does not, in principle, require a prior request for authorisation

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EU auditors scrutinize EU Commission's annual 24.5m € support to NBC affiliate Euronews

EU Commission presents a directory of European films to facilitate on-line access

EU-Mitgliedstaaten einigen sich auf niedrigere Mehrwertsteuer für E-Books