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BSA | The Software Alliance

Número de identificación en el Registro: 75039383277-48
Fecha de inscripción: 26/02/2010 10:15:26

La información sobre esta entidad se modificó por última vez el : 27/04/2015 12:57:10
La última actualización anual se efectuó el: 27/04/2015 12:57:10
Fecha límite para la próxima actualización: 27/04/2016

    Declarante: organización o trabajador autónomo

BSA | The Software Alliance

BSA

Non- profit Organisation

    Categoría de inscripción

II - Grupos de presión dentro de las empresas y asociaciones comerciales, empresariales o profesionales

Asociaciones comerciales y empresariales

    Dirección

F Street, NW, 20 Suite 800
20001 Washington, DC
ESTADOS UNIDOS

(+001)202 872 5500

Avenue des Arts 44
1040 Brussels
BÉLGICA

(+32)22741310

    Persona jurídicamente responsable

Victoria Espinel

President & CEO

    Persona encargada de las relaciones con la UE

Thomas Boué

Director, Policy - EMEA

    Objetivos y misión

BSA | The Software Alliance is the leading advocate for the global software industry before governments and in the international marketplace. Its members are among the world’s most innovative companies, creating software solutions that spark the economy and improve modern life.

With headquarters in Washington, DC, and operations in more than 60 countries around the world, BSA pioneers compliance programs that promote legal software use and advocates for public policies that foster technology innovation and drive growth in the digital economy.

BSA’s EU policy work is focused on a number of areas which include Privacy, IT security and cybercrime, copyright and intellectual property, 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, data privacy, cybersecurity 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 activities are developed and implemented on the basis of a consensus-based decision process involving all BSA member companies approach

mundial

    Actividades específicas cubiertas por el Registro

• Digital Single Market strategy
• European Cloud Computing Strategy (”Unleashing the Potential of Cloud Computing in Europe”)
• Big Data Strategy (“Towards a thriving data-driven economy”)
• Cybersecurity (NIS Directive and Cybersecurity strategy)
• Privacy (General Personal Data protection)
• Trade secrets Directive
• Public Procurement
• Trade policy (TTIP)

BSA has been contributing to the public debate on EU policy issues through several studies, the latest of which include:
• BSA EU Cybersecurity Dashboard (2015), analyzing cybersecurity laws, rules and policies across all 28 EU countries
• BSA survey on the importance of data analytics among senior executives (2014)
• “Powering the Digital Economy: a Trade Agenda to drive Growth” shedding light on opportunities, Challenges and a Roadmap for Driving Long-Term Growth (2014)
• BSA Global Cloud Computing Scorecard (latest publication from 2013), tracking yearly changes in the international policy landscape for cloud computing

All studies are available on www.bsa.org/studies/study-listing.

BSA also maintains a blog to provide the perspectives of global IT organization on global and regional policy developments. All blogposts related to EU policies are available on blog.bsa.org/author/thomasb/


 

NIS Platform

No

Stakeholder Consultation Group for consumer rules for online and digital purchase

Cloud Select Industry Group on SLAs, Certification schemes and Code of Conduct

No

No

    Número de personas que participan en las actividades descritas en la casilla anterior

50%: 2  

2

1

    Personas acreditadas para acceder a los edificios del Parlamento Europeo

Nombre Apellidos Fecha inicial Fecha final
Thomas BOUE 08/09/2015 04/09/2016
Alexandre ROURE 08/09/2015 04/09/2016
Sofia TRÉNOR MICHELENA 08/09/2015 04/09/2016

    Ámbitos de interés

  • Aduanas
  • Comercio
  • Competencia
  • Consumidores
  • Cultura
  • Empresa
  • Fiscalidad
  • Interior
  • Investigación y tecnología
  • Justicia y derechos fundamentales
  • Mercado interior
  • Sector audiovisual y medios de comunicación
  • Sociedad de la información

    Miembros integrantes y afiliaciones

http://www.bsa.org/about-bsa/bsa-members

European Internet Forum (EIF)

    Datos financieros

01/2014  -  01/2015

>= 300.000 € y < 399.999 €

No se recibió financiación de las instituciones de la UE en el último ejercicio financiero cerrado.

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

    Código de conducta

Al inscribirse, la organización ha firmado el código de conducta del Registro de Transparencia.