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Reference
COM(2018)238
Type
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Proposal for a REGULATION OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of online intermediation services

Department
Directorate-General for Communications Networks, Content and Technology
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26 April 2018 - 29 June 2018
Feedback status: Open

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  • ACT | The App Association (Belgium)
    22 June 2018 Business association
    ACT | The App Association (Belgium)

    Please find attached ACT | The App Association's comments.

  • AMETIC (Spain)
    21 Junio 2018 Business association
    AMETIC (Spain)

    La propuesta que nos ocupa tiene un importante efecto en las empresas que representamos, afectando a una gran variedad de plataformas, pymes, startups, desarrolladores de aplicaciones, sin olvidar a compañías que están inmersas en un proceso de transformación de su modelo de negocio hacia el modelo de plataforma. Sin embargo, la propuesta apuesta por una aproximación única que no tiene en cuenta particularidades de los servicios que ofrecen...

  • EACA (Belgium)
    21 June 2018 Business association
    EACA (Belgium)

    EACA welcomes the opportunity to provide comments on the European Commission’s proposal for a Regulation on promoting fairness and transparency for business users of online intermediation services (COM(2018)238/974102). EACA already submitted a response to the Inception Impact Assessment in November 2017. Advertising and media agencies work closely with platforms, such as Google and Facebook, and must be able to rely on fair, transparent and...

  • Deutsche Bank AG (Germany)
    21 June 2018 Company/business organisation
    Deutsche Bank AG (Germany)

    Deutsche Bank welcomes the opportunity to provide comments on the transparency and redress measures included in the proposed Regulation. We support the Commission’s objective of addressing unfair business practices of online platform services which can be harmful to the legitimate interests of their business users and, ultimately, consumers in the Union. The establishment of consistent standards at the EU level will not only aid in addressing...

  • American Bar Association Sections of Antitrust Law and International Law (United States)
    18 June 2018 Other
    American Bar Association Sections of Antitrust Law and International Law (United States)

    Good Afternoon, Re: Joint Comments on the European Commission's Proposal for a Regulation Promoting Fairness and Transparency for Business Users of Online Intermediation Services. These comments are being submitted on behalf of the American Bar Association Sections of Antitrust Law and International Law. Sincerely, Jonathan M. Jacobson, Chair Section of Antitrust Law Steven M. Richman, Chair Section of International Law

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