- Internal Market
All citizens and organisations are welcome to contribute to this consultation. Contributions are particularly sought from hosting service providers, organisations that notify illegal content and civil rights organisations.
- From 04.06.2012 to 11.09.2012.
- Attention: A number of respondents have experienced technical problems while trying to respond to the public consultation. We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience caused by such problems. It has been decided to extend the deadline for submitting a response until Tuesday 11 September 2012.
- Contribute to developing legal certainty, trust and therefore growth in (cross-border) online services, thus enhancing the functioning of the Digital Single Market.
- Contribute to combating illegality on the internet.
- Ensure the transparency, effectiveness, proportionality and fundamental rights compliance of notice-and-action procedures.
Reference documents and other related consultations
- Public consultation on the future of electronic commerce in the internal market and the implementation of the Directive on electronic commerce (2000/31/EC)
- Communication on “A coherent framework to build trust in the Digital single market for e-commerce and online services”
- Staff Working Paper on “online services, including e-commerce, in the Single Market”
- Responsible services:
- Internal Market and Services DG,
Unit E.3 – Online services
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