The Digital Services Act: building a safe, trustworthy, and diverse online environment for consumers and businesses
The DSA should upgrade the responsibility of online platforms, not weaken it, says Creativity Works!
The Cultural and Creative Industries (CCIs), a strategic industry for Europe, call for a long-term approach to support and recovery measures
What future for Europe’s culture in the digital age?
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Digital Services Act: The creative and cultural industries recognise that the DSA takes first steps towards a safer and more trustworthy online environment for consumers and businesses
Brussels, 5th July 2022 - Today the European Parliament formally endorsed the Digital Services Act (DSA), which has been presented as a landmark piece of legislation to modernise obligations for onlin......Read more
The Digital Services Act: Letter to trilogue negotiators on key issues for the creative and cultural sectors
Dear trilogue negotiators, As the DSA trilogue negotiations unfold, Creativity Works! – a leading coalition of the cultural and creative sectors – would like to remind you of some key issues that......Read more
Extending the regulation to online services will not bring positive results for consumers – on the contrary European content creation & its financing is at risk.
Including copyright-protected works equals higher prices for less cultural diversity and fewer European works.
Once in a generation opportunity to strike the right balance between users, our cultural and creative ecosystem and platforms.
A proportionate solution for portability to digital services