The European Commission has just launched a public consultation to prepare the review of the Significant Market Power (SMP) Guidelines, dating from 2002. The goal is to update the guidelines in time for the implementation of the new European Electronic Communications Code. The update of the guidelines shall take into account changes in the telecoms markets and recent developments in regulatory and competition law.
The European Commission has opened a public consultation on the review of the SMP Guidelines of 2002 in view to update them in time for the implementation of the new European Electronic Communications Code.
In line with the recently adopted Network and Information Systems (NIS) Directive, important digital businesses ("digital service providers") will be required to take appropriate security measures and to notify incidents to the competent national authority. To specify further the elements and parameters related to security and notification requirements, the Commission is empowered to adopt an implementing act. The workshop will serve as a forum for interested stakeholders from the private sector and the Commission to discuss and exchange views on the possible content of this implementing act.
Tomorrow we are going to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, a milestone in the history of European integration. It strengthened Europe's foundations on which more than six decades of peace and prosperity were built.
The CloudTeams Collaboration Platform (from a Horizon 2020 project) enables software users and software developers to collaborate in early stage of software creation and helps software teams to deliver better software products for end users.
Publication of three high level reports of three workshops (data, Terms & Conditions, algorithms) which summarise the discussions and set out in more detail the various practices experienced by the business users.