trade secrets

The European Parliament approved the Trade Secrets Protection directive by a large majority.

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”.
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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