EDRi writes to EU Commissioner Gabriel about tackling illegal content online

In order to be constructive and support the European Commission in developing a balanced, rights-friendly and harmonised approach to deal with illegal content online in the future, EDRi has written a letter to the Digital Economy Commissioner Mariya Gabriel. They propose the Commission to adopt at least three workstreams: a “fundamental rights framework”, “learning from experience”, and “effective and predictable frameworks for addressing illegal content”.

Country: EU

Domains: IG

Stakeholder: Civil Society

Tags: Digital Economy Commissioner Mariya Gabriel, letter, European Commission, EDRi, Internet, illegal content

Posted on Friday 20 October 2017

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