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The countries of the D9+ Group issued a joint statement on future work on the EU Digital Services Act, in which they point to the need to adapt the current law to new challenges. The document was submitted to the European Commission



The countries of the D9+ Group issued a joint statement on future work on the EU Digital Services Act, in which they point to the need to adapt the current law to new challenges. The document was submitted to the European Commission. The joint statement is a contribution of Poland, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, the Netherlands, Ireland, Luxembourg and Sweden to the debate on changes to current regulations. The proposal currently in the works at the Commission, will hinge on the issue of establishing rules for removing illegal content from the internet and moderating content by online platforms. These are key issues from the standpoint of freedom on the internet, law enforcement and activities of internet intermediaries.

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Head of the branch office of ZPP in the EU:
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Email: a.boutanos@zpp.net.pl
Phone: + 32 476 590 602

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