Tag: European Commission
Access all areas: EU takes measures to make tech products and services more accessible
Edward Turtle and Carol Roberts
At the end of last year, the EU Council’s Permanent Representatives Committee approved a provisional agreement on the text of the proposed Directive on Accessibility Requirements for Products and Services (also known as the European Accessibility Act).
The only way is Ethics: EC publishes draft AI guidelines
Jamie Humphreys and Fergal Duggan
Includes guidance for stakeholders on the development of Trustworthy AI
Collective re-dress: all talk and now trousers
Jamie Humphreys, Edward Turtle and Monica Mylordou
Product manufacturers risk a significant increase in European-style “class actions” if proposals to amend the draft “New Deal for Consumers” are adopted.
Croatia hits winner in extra time; signs up to EC AI strategy
All Member States have now signed up to cooperate on the European Commission’s AI strategy.
Race against the machine
Commission considers whether EU machinery legislation remains fit for purpose, given pace of emerging technologies.
New Deal for Consumers; Raw Deal for Businesses?
European Commission proposes consumer rights of collective redress, more transparency online and strong sanctions linked to annual turnover.
You Brexit, you buy it: EU notice sets out post-Brexit position for EU product rules
EU notice considers potential impact on economic operators, authorised representatives, and Notified Bodies as a result of Brexit.
New kid on the block: EU regulation addresses geo-blocking and country redirects
In this article, we address the EU’s recently adopted regulation banning unjustified geo-blocking in the internal market.
European Commission report on collective redress possibilities across the EU
The European Commission recently published an in-depth review of collective redress measures. We review the highlights from the report and proposed next steps.