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?
For more information on the letter, click on the following links ( EN, DE, FR, ES, CZ, IT)
Creativity Works stands for imagination, innovation, freedom of expression and cultural diversity. Europe thrives on these values. Creativity is a vital component of future recovery and growth across the European Union. Artists, their business partners and the creative process itself are at the centre of everything we do.
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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
Your Cultures. Your Europe. Help Creativity. From the instant a creator has the “ah ha” moment to the final product, a significant amount of time and energy has been exerted. Creativity is a process, not something that can be produced on an assembly line or extracted from the ground.
This Creativity Map is a visual representation of the creative journey taken by the thousands of Europeans who are part of this continent’s creative and cultural engines. Click on the map to see the depth and value of European culture, which is under duress from European policymakers.
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