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BSA | The Software Alliance

Identifikationsnummer i registret: 75039383277-48
Registreringsdato: 26/02/2010 10:15:26

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BSA | The Software Alliance

BSA

Non- profit Organisation

    Kategori

II – Internt ansatte lobbyister og brancheforeninger

Brancheforeninger

    Kontaktoplysninger

F Street, NW, 20
Suite 800
20001 Washington, DC
AMERIKAS FORENEDE STATER

(+001) 202 872 5500

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Other contact information:
Thomas Boué
Director for Government Affairs EMEA
44 Avenue des Arts
1000 Brussels
+ 32 2 274 13 15

    Juridisk ansvarlig

Victoria Espinel

President & CEO

    Person med ansvar for forbindelser med EU

Thomas Boué

Director, Government Affairs, EMEA

    Mål og opgaver

BSA | The Software Alliance is the voice of the world's software industry and its hardware partners on a wide range of business and policy affairs. BSA’s mission is to promote conditions in which the information technology (IT) industry can thrive and contribute to the prosperity, security, and quality of life of all people.

Most of BSA policy, legal, and educational efforts are led and conducted at the national level, with a growing emphasis on emerging economies. BSA is active in 88 countries. BSA’s European policy work is focused on a number of areas which include Copyright and Intellectual Property, Security and Cybercrime, Piracy and Enforcement, Trade and E-Commerce. In Europe the BSA government affairs and public policy program provides the following specific member services:

•Provide strategic advice to BSA member companies on public policy and legal developments affecting the IT/software industry in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, notably on intellectual property protection and sector-specific technology and IT competiveness issues.

•Develop sound government affairs and advocacy initiatives promoting the objectives of the BSA members

•Work with the media to increase public support of the IT sector, including to promote the value of Intellectual Property

•Reach out to EU policy makers and support, as appropriate, public policy initiatives, advocacy platforms and other alliances involving BSA members together with EU policy makers and key industry players

BSA public policy activites are developed and implemented on the basis of a consensus-based decision process involving all BSA member companies approach

verdensplan

    Aktiviteter

i2010;
e-Inclusion;
IPR;
Copyright;
Counterfeiting;
Private copyright levies;
Software liability & consumer acquis;
Digital Rights Charta;
eGovernment;
Interoperability;
Public Procurement;
Critical infrastructure protection;
Telecommunication;
Trade policy;
Data Privacy;

    Antal personer, der deltager i de aktiviteter, der er beskrevet i feltet ovenfor

3

    Personer akkrediteret ved Europa-Parlamentet

Fornavn Efternavn Startdato Slutdato
Alexandre Roure 05/09/2014 01/09/2015
Rita Balogh 22/08/2014 14/08/2015
Thomas BOUE 04/10/2014 02/10/2015

    Interesseområder

  • Det indre marked
  • Erhverv
  • Film, tv, radio og medier
  • Forbrugere
  • Forskning og teknologi
  • Handel
  • Indre Anliggender
  • Informationssamfundet
  • Konkurrence
  • Kultur
  • Retlige Anliggender og grundlæggende rettigheder
  • Skat
  • Told

    Medlemskab og tilhørsforhold

European Internet Foundation (EIF)

    Finansielle oplysninger

01/2012  -  01/2013

>= 300.000  € og < 350.000  €

0 €

0 €

Cost of BSA Global Annual Studies (Piracy, IT Competiveness Index and IDC Piracy Economic Impact) sponsored by BSA (US) are not included in the above calculation

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