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Quotidiano di informazione – Anno 32 n° 250

Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee

Posted by fidest press agency su sabato, 6 giugno 2020

Bruxelles Monday 8 June 2020, 13.45 – 15.45 and 16.45 – 18.45 The meeting will be with remote participation (Members will be able to view and listen to the proceedings, ask for the floor and intervene).Debates with Commissioners
– Exchange of views with Justice Commissioner Didier Reynders on the adapted Work Programme of the Commission following the COVID-19 outbreak (16.45 – 18.45)
The Internal Market and Consumer Protection Committee will discuss with Commissioner Reynders the adjusted Commission Work Programme for 2020, following the COVID-19 outbreak, and the future Consumer Agenda. Contact tracing apps, as well as current issues faced by the tourism sector, are also likely to be raised by MEPs.The Commission announced that it will present a New Consumer Agenda in the last quarter of the year to align consumer protection with today’s realities, notably cross-border and online transactions. The planned initiatives also aim to empower consumers to play an active role in the ecological and digital transitions.
– Towards a more sustainable single market for business and consumers – rapporteur: David Cormand (Greens/EFA, FR) – discussion of the draft report (13.45 – 15.45)
– Strengthening the Single Market: the future of free movement of services – rapporteur: Morten Løkkegaard (Renew, DK) – discussion of the draft report (13.45 – 15.45)
– Digital Services Act: adapting commercial and civil law rules for commercial entities operating online (lead committee: Legal Affairs) – rapporteur of the Internal Market Committee opinion: Dita Charanzová (Renew, CZ) – discussion of compromise amendments (13.45 – 15.45)
– Intellectual property rights for the development of artificial intelligence technologies (lead committee: Legal Affairs) – rapporteur of the Internal Market Committee opinion: Adam Bielan (ECR, PL) – discussion of compromise amendments (13.45 – 15.45)
– Digital Services Act and fundamental rights issues posed (lead committee: Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs) – rapporteur of the Internal Market Committee opinion: Adam Bielan (ECR, PL) – discussion of compromise amendments (13.45 – 15.45)
– Artificial intelligence in education, culture and the audiovisual sector (lead committee: Culture and Education) – rapporteur of the Internal Market Committee opinion: Kim Van Sparrentak (Greens/EFA, NL) – discussion of compromise amendments (16.45 – 18.45)

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