Joint letter from BusinessEurope, EuroCommerce, DIGITALEUROPE & EMOTA
It is of crucial importance that the geo-blocking proposal is not rushed, as it could have far-reaching implications for companies.
If the European Council needs more time to find appropriate legal solutions, in particular, on the question of applicable law, then this time should be taken. Especially, as the European Parliament has yet to make much progress on its consideration of the proposal. Still, we acknowledge the good progress made so far by the Slovak Presidency on this important proposal.
These messages were sent to the Committee of Permanent Representatives in a joint letter from BusinessEurope, EuroCommerce, EMOTA and DIGITALEUROPE on the Council’s ongoing discussions on the Commission proposal for a regulation on geo-blocking.
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