IEU DIGITAL Telegram 22 March 2017


Our telegram headlines today*: 

# DSM: 

  • EU Commission: Europe's future is digital: EU countries to commit in Rome to go deeper and further on digital +++ 
  • Thursday 23 March: Digital Day in Rome +++ 
  • Digital Day side events +++ 
  • Journalists and media at Digital Day +++ 
  • Subject files - Working Group on the Digital Single Market - Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection +++ 

# INDUSTRY 4.0: 

  • Factories 4.0: The Future of European Manufacturing
  • Digitalisation of industry – Workers and social issues at the centre!

# PORTABILITY

  • Cross-border portability of online content: JURI committee vote. Unitary Patent: hearing

# TELECOM REGULATION

  • Public consultation on the BEREC Medium-term Strategy: Two weeks left to submit your contribution
  • Draft opinion - Body of European Regulators for Electronic Communications - PE 601.038v01-00 - Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs
  • From bad to worse: the del Castillo Report on the European Electronic Communication Code - La Quadrature du Net

# CONNECTIVITY

  • At a Glance - European Leadership in 5G - PE 602.018 - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy
  • ETNO: Better Regulation for the Gigabit Society - Network Access, Digital Services and Spectrum

# DATA PROTECTION

  • Deutscher Entwurf einer Kundendaten-Auskunftsverordnung (KDAV)

# CYBERSECURITY

  • ENISA at CeBIT: The role of cybersecurity within the new digital environment
  • At a Glance - Cyber Security Strategy for the Energy Sector - PE 602.019 - Committee on Industry, Research and Energy

# COPYRIGHT

  • Amendments 86 - 300 - Copyright in the Digital Single Market - PE 599.843v01-00 - Committee on Culture and Education

# EU COUNCIL REGISTER

  • CM 2086 2017 REV 1 AUDIOVISUAL WORKING PARTY


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