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Today, the European Parliament's Legal Affairs Committee voted on a report by French conservative MEP Constance Le Grip on the Commission's proposal for a directive protecting so-called “trade secrets”.
Group aims to closely follow the developments on Better Regulation and the initiatives and actions from the Commission, Parliament and Member States in this area.
As the UK goes to the polls, CEO reflects upon the similarities between the UK and EU's 'better regulation' agendas.
Money matters in Europe's far-right.
How industry, law firms and the European Commission worked together on EU “trade secrets” legislation.
Multi-sectoral civil society coalition calls for greater protections for consumers, journalists, whistleblowers, researchers and workers.
Va-t-on assister à l'apparition d'un label « secrets des affaires » pour les entreprises, comparable au « secret défense » des états ? Ce dernier leur permet de s'opposer à la publication de certaines informations jugées trop sensibles, et de poursuivre en justice ceux qui se risqueraient à les publier sans son autorisation. L'utilisation possible de tels outils contre des lanceurs d'alerte, journalistes, syndicalistes... fait craindre une régression importante.
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A new draft EU directive currently looked at by the European Parliament wants to protect companies' "trade secrets", but poses several dangerous threats.
CEO obtained a scanned copy of the Leaked Draft Commission Work Programme 2015, containing controversial plans to scrap EU proposals for environmental and social legislation.
A crusade for big business-friendly deregulation, waged during José Manuel Barroso's Presidency of the European Commission, shows no signs of stopping. This neoliberal push to weaken or block new legislation appears likely to expand with Jean-Claude Juncker's new Commission team.
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