Position Papers

EGBA reply to consultation on geoblocking
EGBA reply to consultation on geoblocking

Digital Single Market

This consultation aims at gathering views and opinions on the different restrictions faced by users, consumers and businesses when they access or provide information, shop or sell across the borders in the European Union.

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EGBA reply to online platform consultation
EGBA reply to online platform consultation

Digital Single Market

The Commission invites all interested parties to express their views on the questions targeting relations between platform providers and holders of rights in digital content (Question starting with "[A1]"), taking account of the Commission Communication "Towards a modern, more European copyright framework" of 9 December 2015. Technical features of the questionnaire have been adapted accordingly.

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EGBA reply to consultation on online contract rules for digital purchases
EGBA reply to consultation on online contract rules for digital purchases

Digital Single Market

Questionnaire on contract rules for online purchases of digital content and tangible goods.

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EGBA reply to AVMSD consultation
EGBA reply to AVMSD consultation

Digital Single Market

For digital service sectors, such as the online gambling sector, a wellfunctioning (digital) single market is pivotal to their success. Businesses that are cross-border by nature suffer from a lack of harmonisation. The Audiovisual Media Service Directive is an important piece of the puzzle in the digital single market framework in which businesses operate. At the core of the Directive is the country of origin principle which is essential to the functioning of the digital single market. Without the latter the Directive would lose its purpose and benefits.

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The online gambling sector in the EU’s digital economy
The online gambling sector in the EU’s digital economy

Digital Single Market

Europe Needs a Fully Fledged Single Market for Online Gambling The 28 mini internet gambling markets cause significant gaps in consumer protection, drive away players to unregulated websites outside the EU and cost Europe €5,6 billion per annum.*

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EGBA Manifesto on a sustainable EU policy for online gambling
EGBA Manifesto on a sustainable EU policy for online gambling

European Commission Gambling Initiatives

This manifesto sets out the 5 policy recommendations that EGBA believes are the basis for an effective EU framework that can enable responsible and successful development of the online gambling market. 1. The European Commission to fulfil its role as Guardian of the Treaty, 2. Structured regulatory cooperation among national authorities, 3. An EU legal framework for online gambling, 4. Problem gambling prevention measures based on evidence, 5. EU action to fight sport fraud

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