This consultation aimed to collect views and insights from citizens, relevant Member States’ authorities and bodies, academics, media actors (both private and public service media) and umbrella organisations representing any of the interested stakeholders.
This paper details consultative findings in the context of the European strategy for a better Internet for kids (BIK+).
The findings of the DigitalDecade4YOUth consultation are presented in the ‘How to make Europes Digital Decade fit for children and young people’ report.
The Commission organised a consultation to gather views about the next steps for the Next Generation Internet initiative.
The Commission has published the summary report on the public consultation on the Data Act, presenting stakeholder views that will help shape the proposal.
The results are in for the public consultation on digital principles, which ran between 12 May and 6 September 2021.
The targeted consultation gathered feedback and input for the Commission’s preparation of the proposal for the 2030 Policy Programme: ‘Path to the Digital Decade’.
The targeted consultation ran from 11 February until 30 April 2021 and was addressed to a variety of stakeholders.
In order to finalise the stakeholder dialogue on the application of Article 17 of the Directive on Copyirght and Related Rights in the Digital Single Market, the Commission organised a targeted consultation from 27 July to 10 September 2020. The consultation was addressed to the participants to the stakeholder dialogue organised by the Commisson pursuant to Article 17(10) of Directive (EU) 2019/790. The objective of the consultation was to gather feedback on the Commission’s initial ideas for the guidance that the Commission is required to issue on the application of Article 17.
The summary report of the open public consultation regarding the evaluation and review of the Broadband Cost Reduction Directive takes stock of the contributions and presents preliminary trends that emerge from them, focusing on their quantitative aspects. The objective of the public consultation, which took place from 2 December 2020 to 2 March 2021, was to gather stakeholders’ views and inputs on the implementation of the Directive to support its evaluation, as well as on possible future adjustments with a view to support the preparation of a revised legislative proposal.
The public stakeholder consultation took place between 7 July and 2 October 2020. It was conducted to gather views on the topic of cybersecurity policy as well as on the different elements of the NIS Directive. The overall number of responses submitted was 206. The results of the consultation were used for the evaluation and impact assessment of the NIS Directive.
The synopsis report presents the results of the targeted consultation on the exercise of rights and related rights of performers and producers in the audiovisual sector carried out by the European Commission between 31 July and 31 December 2019.
The public consultation ran from 2 June to 8 September 2020 and aimed at informing the Commission’s proposals for a Digital Services Act and a Digital Markets Act, expected to be adopted by the Commission before the end of 2020. It covered issues such as online safety, freedom of expression, fairness, and a level-playing field in the digital economy.
The aim of the targeted consultation was to provide all interested parties with the opportunity to express their views and present their experience with the two recommendations: Next Generation Access and Non-discrimination and costing methodologies recommendations.
The public consultation opened on 22 June 2020 and closed on 14 September 2020. The overall number of responses submitted was 565. The aim of the consultation was to gather stakeholders’opinions on digitisation and digital transformation in the cultural heritage sector, as well as on the Commission’s Recommendation on the digitisation and online accessibility of cultural material and digital preservation (2011/711/EU). The factual summary report provides some key background information and preliminary trends, focusing on quantitative aspects.
The public consultation took place from 19 June to 11 September 2020. The objective of the consultation was to gather information for the Impact Assessment of a Commission legislative proposal for the review of the Roaming Regulation. It specifically aimed to collect views on retail and wholesale roaming services and on the impact of prolonging these rules. This summary report takes stock of the contributions and presents preliminary trends that emerge from them, focusing on the quantitative aspects of the consultation responses.
The public consultation on the European strategy for data ran from 19 February to 31 May 2020. This summary report takes stock of the contributions and presents preliminary trends that emerge from them, focusing on quantitative aspects.
From 19 February to 14 June 2020, citizens and stakeholders provided their views on the upcoming policy and regulatory steps on artificial intelligence.
The targeted consultation took place between 24 February and 13 March 2020. It was conducted in the context of the implementation of Article 1, letter (aa) and Recital 5 of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive, on the practical application of the essential functionality criterion of the definition of video sharing platform services. The objective of the consultation was to gather the views of stakeholders on some specific technical issues relevant in this context. The Member States have been consulted separately in the context of the Contact Committee.
The targeted consultation took place between 24 February and 13 March 2020. It was conducted in the context of the implementation of Article 13, paragraph 7 of the Audiovisual Media Services Directive, on the method of calculation of the share of European works and the exemptions for low audience and low turnover. The objective of the consultation was to gather the views of stakeholders on some specific technical issues relevant in this context. The Member States have been consulted separately in the context of the Contact Committee.