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    https://www.euractiv.com/section/eco...ks-with-trump/

    The European Parliament failed to pass a resolution on Thursday (14 March) supporting the start of negotiations with the US on removing tariffs for industrial goods, worsening the prospects of de-escalating trade tensions between Brussels and Washington.

    The negative vote followed the divisions among member states on whether to start trade talks with US President Donald Trump to remove the tariffs and progress on standards alignment.
    Although the resolution is not binding, the parliament has to approve any deal agreed signed with the US, and EU governments said they wanted to hear the view of lawmakers before deciding.

    The draft text, broadly supported by centre-right parties but opposed by social democrats and other left-wing groups, set conditions for the negotiations: to include cars and exclude agriculture and to be suspended if Washington imposes new punitive tariffs.However, leading MEPs voiced their concerns about opening negotiations with Trump while the steel and aluminium tariffs punishing European exporters remain in place.

    The chair of the Parliament’s international trade committee said, Bernd Lange, said the EU had already done many concessions, and he wondered “where the concessions from the US are.”
    Some critics also suspect that Trump is leaning toward imposing fresh duties on European car exporters, in order to force the EU to open its market to US farmers.
    However, this remains a ‘red line’ for the Europeans, especially in France, where the government is particularly reluctant to continue with the talks while tariffs are still in place.

    The two sides ended a stand-off last July, when Trump agreed to hold off imposing tariffs on EU car imports while the two sides looked to improve trade ties.
    Since then, U.S. soybean exports to the EU have more than doubled and Brussels and Washington have discussed how they could agree on product standards and boost U.S. energy exports to Europe.
    But critics warned of the risky precedent of negotiating ‘at gunpoint’ while ‘unfair’ tariffs are still punishing European exporters.
    They also complained that the EU’s latest trade deals include provisions on climate change, which is not the case with the negotiating mandates the Commission sent for approval to the member states.

    These are two texts – one on tariffs, the other on making it easier for companies to have products tested and cleared for sale across the Atlantic.
    EU governments failed to reach a consensus at a meeting last month, with Germany keen to push ahead, but France reluctant.
    Trump’s envoy in Brussels, Ambassador Gordon Sondland, warned on several occasions that the US president would slap fresh duties on European cars unless there was real progress on the trade talks.
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    Parliament calls for EU measures to counter hostile disinformation campaigns

    The European Parliament passed a resolution on Wednesday (13 March) warning against propaganda and disinformation campaigns ahead of the May 2019 EU elections, citing Russia, China, Iran and North Korea as the main sources.

    The resolution, adopted by 489 votes to 148 and 30 abstentions, strongly condemns the “increasingly aggressive actions” against European countries as well as those in the EU’s neighbourhood.

    Lawmakers want in particular “to raise awareness about Russia’s disinformation campaigns, as this constitutes the main source of disinformation in Europe”.

    The resolution was drafted by Polish MEP Anna Fotyga (European Conservatives and Reformists) who chairs the Parliament’s sub-committee on security and defence.

    It calls for greater EU focus on hostile propaganda “which aims to undermine the foundations and principles of European democracy, as well as the sovereignty of all Eastern Partnership countries.”

    The position was adopted as a major study was released by civil rights group Avaaz, that shines a light on the fact that fake news circulating during the French Yellow Vest movement reached over 105 million views on Facebook. France itself has just over 35 million Facebook monthly active users.

    “Over 100 million views of fake news. This huge number shows how much the Yellow Vest movement has been infected with disinformation,” Christoph Schott, Campaign Director at Avaaz said.

    “Alarm bells should be ringing across Europe right now, with the upcoming EU elections being the ultimate stress test for our democracies’ immune systems.”

    A special disinformation task force was established in 2015 under the European Commission’s European External Action Service, focusing on counteracting Russian disinformation.

    However, the East StratCom service has only 15 employees and the Fotyga report calls for transforming it into a full-fledged unit. This would help “raise awareness about Russia’s disinformation campaigns, as this constitutes the main source of disinformation in Europe,” the resolution argues.

    Since it was established, East StratCom has uncovered over 5,000 cases of disinformation on various issues, according to the task force’s own statistics. But MEPs say a wider range of information sources and languages needs to be covered.

    A Rapid Alert System enabling fast information exchange is to be launched next week, enabling a solid EU response to hybrid threats, the resolution said.

    Speaking after the vote, Fotyga said the EU “can no longer deny the fact that our institutions and societies are targeted by the Kremlin’s hostile propaganda, which is part of a broader strategy.”

    “Our answer depends on resilient societies, transparent media and encouraging pluralism while taking steps to ensure that we avoid censorship,” Fotyga said.

    The resolution also encourages all European countries to assess the situation in their territories and urges them to “recognise the urgent need for a strategic awakening to counter the hostile information fight”.

    “We emphasised the need to maintain freedom of expression and media freedom while fighting hostile propaganda and disinformation, as well as the role of independent media and high-quality journalism,” the Polish MEP told her colleagues in the EU assembly.

    New rules on political campaigning

    In an earlier vote on Tuesday (12 March), the European Parliament also adopted new rules on political campaigning to protect the May 2019 European elections against misuse of data.

    The new regulations passed with 586 votes for, 55 against and 24 abstentions, allow for financial sanctions to be imposed on pan-European political parties and foundations that would deliberately illegally use personal data in their European election campaigns.

    The Authority for European Political Parties and Foundations will have authority to impose sanctions, which could amount to a percentage of their annual budget as well as their exclusion from EU funding.

    MEPs also called for social media companies, messaging services and search engine providers to be regulated by law. But at the same time, they warned against the threat of censorship, saying moves to block social media accounts need to be justified by law and carried out transparently, in cooperation with civil society.

    The new regulations were inspired, among others, by the scandal involving Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, which harvested the personal data of millions of users without their consent during the Brexit campaign.

    “The new provisions are aimed at protecting the electoral process from online disinformation campaigns based on misuse of voters’ personal data. I am happy that we have managed to proceed with this file in such a timely manner,” stated Danuta Maria Hübner (EPP), chair of the Parliament’s committee on foreign affairs (AFCO).

    The Parliament resolution also aims to ensure greater transparency of media ownership, saying additional efforts are needed to accurately attribute the sources of disinformation.

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    Tank You, WalterA. I hope that disinformation's sources will dry soon, don't You?
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    Tank You, WalterA. I hope that disinformation's sources will dry soon, don't You?
    Cheers.
    Hope the same
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    https://www.thelocal.ch/20190318/swi...-cohesion-fund

    Swiss MPs agree to pay €1 billion for EU Cohesion Fund


    Swiss MPs on Monday agreed in principle to pay €1 billion in funding to support the EU's poorer member states despite a stand-off over the future of bilateral relations between Brussels and Bern.
    The latest topic to highlight the ongoing crisis in relations between Switzerland and the European Union is the issue of the €1 billion (1.3 billion Swiss francs) the Alpine country is supposed to pay to help the development of the bloc’s poorer countries.

    The payment towards the EU’s so-called Cohesion Fund is part of the price Switzerland is required to pay for access to the all-important EU market. The lion’s share of the money would go towards funding of apprenticeship projects in 13 countries across Eastern and Southern Europe.

    The Swiss government said last September the funding, which is payable over 10 years, would be honoured, and in a normal situation the Swiss parliament would sign off quickly and get on with other business.

    But there is nothing normal about Swiss–EU relations at present as the debate in the Swiss lower house of parliament, the National Council, on Monday demonstrated.

    In the end, the chamber followed the recent example of the Swiss upper by agreeing to release the funding on the condition that the EU “did not take discriminatory measures against Switzerland”.

    However, before a vote on the issue took place, there was plenty of debate over whether the money should be paid at all and, if so, under what conditions.

    The elephant in the room was the current stand-off between Bern and Brussels over a deal that aims to set the ground rules for their future relations.

    The draft of the so-called framework agreement has been years in the making. It is designed to tidy up relations which are currently based on around 20 main agreements and 100 secondary agreements.

    The EU – frustrated by years of protracted talks – has repeatedly said the deal on the table is a done thing and there will be no more talks.

    But within Switzerland the draft agreement has been met by a barrage of criticism, with many arguing it is dead in the water. The left argue the proposed deal threatens the country’s high wages by watering down salary protection measures while the right believes the document's legal mechanisms seriously threaten Switzerland’s sovereignty.

    Against this backdrop, what was ostensibly a debate on Monday about €1 billion in funding for the EU’s less privileged nations was always going to end up being about Swiss-EU relations in general.

    The staunchly anti-EU Swiss People’s Party (SVP) – the largest party in the Swiss lower house – argued, alone and in vain, that it was ridiculous for Switzerland to pay money to the EU in the current circumstances.

    Meanwhile, the Foreign Affairs Committee of the lower house also opted for a stronger stance in the face of perceived threats from EU.

    It argued the Cohesion Fund money should only be paid if the EU agreed to guarantee Switzerland's continued participation in the Horizon 2020 research program. More critically, it also demanded that Brussels recognise the full 'equivalence' status’ of the Swiss stock exchange on a permanent basis.

    This stock market equivalence is crucial as it means EU-based trading platforms can buy and sell Swiss stocks.

    Brussels has repeatedly threatened to withdraw this equivalence in a bid to ramp up pressure on Bern to accept the draft bilateral framework agreement. Currently, equivalence is recognised until June.

    But the lower house chose to reject these tougher conditions on releasing the €1 billion at stake. Instead, it followed the lead of Swiss foreign minister who called the Cohesion Fund payment an “investment in good relations with neighbours”.

    The issue of funding will now go back to the upper house for reconsideration of slight policy differences between the two houses of parliament.

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    https://www.reuters.com/article/us-e...+World+News%29

    Germany, Belgium propose new tool to police EU democracies

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU member states should be empowered to scrutinize each other’s democratic track record, Germany and Belgium said on Tuesday, in an attempt to beef up the bloc’s defenses against nationalist, populist governments flouting its key principles.
    The proposal, made at a meeting of EU ministers, coincides with high-profile EU investigations against Poland and Hungary for undermining the independence of their courts and media, while Romania is accused of rolling back on anti-graft reforms.

    Germany and Belgium say their proposal would create space for member states to flag rule-of-law concerns early on rather than wait - as at present - for problems to escalate enough in a given country to trigger the EU’s existing mechanism - the complex and multi-stage Article 7.

    The EU has invoked Article 7 to investigate concerns that Poland’s nationalist government has undermined the rule of law. The process could theoretically lead to Poland losing its voting rights in the EU, but it has now lain largely dormant for months.
    EU states have been unable to agree since last autumn on how to proceed with a similar inquiry into Hungary.
    Acknowledging the hurdles their proposal is likely to face, Germany and Belgium suggested the new screening procedure would only be voluntary and carry no sanction.

    “The EU is a union of values. It is not only about the single market,” Germany’s EU minister Michael Roth said in presenting the plan for an annual peer review. “Everybody has to adhere to those values, they are not just nice-to-have.”

    Belgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders said he hoped the new mechanism would be fleshed out by the end of the year. It was swiftly backed by the Netherlands.
    The health and resilience of EU democracies are in focus ahead of European Parliament elections in May, in which pro-EU parties face off against eurosceptics who promote nationalist and populist policies that at times go against the liberal democratic values of the bloc.
    The EU’s main center-right group, the European People’s Party, is due to decide on Wednesday whether to expel the Fidesz party of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban over his anti-EU, anti-immigration campaigns.

    Both Warsaw and Budapest have sometimes yielded to EU pressure, offering concessions in their push to centralize more powers. But the EU has been largely unsuccessful in preventing them from tightening controls on the judiciary, media and civil society groups.

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    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47639228

    Google hit with €1.5bn fine from EU over advertising

    Google has been hit with a €1.49bn (£1.28bn) fine from the EU for blocking rival online search advertisers.

    It is the third EU fine for the search and advertising giant in two years.

    The case accuses Google of abusing its market dominance by restricting third-party rivals from displaying search ads between 2006 and 2016.

    In response, Google changed its AdSense contracts with large third parties, giving them more leeway to display competing search ads.

    Google owner Alphabet makes large amounts of money from advertising - pre-tax profits reached $30.7bn (£23bn) in 2018, up from $12.66bn in 2017.

    "Google has cemented its dominance in online search adverts and shielded itself from competitive pressure by imposing anti-competitive contractual restrictions on third-party websites.

    "This is illegal under EU anti-trust rules," said EC commissioner Margrethe Vestager.

    Google's global affairs head, Kent Walker, said: "We've always agreed that healthy, thriving markets are in everyone's interest.

    "We've already made a wide range of changes to our products to address the Commission's concerns.

    "Over the next few months, we'll be making further updates to give more visibility to rivals in Europe."

    Last year, the EU competition authority hit Google with a record €4.34bn fine for using its popular Android mobile operating system to block rivals.

    This followed a €2.42bn fine in 2017 for hindering rivals of shopping comparison websites.

    AdSense fine
    The European Commission said that websites often had an embedded search function.

    When a consumer uses this, the website delivers both search results and search adverts, which appear alongside the search result.

    Google's "AdSense for search" product delivers those adverts for website publishers.

    The Commission described Google as acting like "an intermediary, like an advertising broker".

    In 2006, Google started to include "exclusivity clauses" in contracts which stopped publishers from placing ads from Google rivals such as Microsoft and Yahoo on search pages, the Commission said.

    From 2009, Google started replacing the exclusivity clauses with "premium placement" clauses, which meant publishers had to keep the most profitable space on their search results pages for Google's adverts and they had to request a minimum number of Google adverts.

    Publishers also needed to get written permission from Google before making any changes to how rival ads were displayed, letting Google control "how attractive, and therefore clicked on, competing search adverts could be", the Commission said.

    Search giant
    The restrictive clauses "led to a vicious circle", Ms Vestager said in a media conference.

    "Google's rivals, they were unable to grow, and to compete, and as a result of that, website owners had limited options for selling advertising space on those websites, and were forced solely to rely on Google," she said.

    "There was no reason for Google to include these restrictive clauses in their contracts, except to keep rivals out of the market," she added.

    Between 2006 to 2016, Google had more than 70% of the search intermediation market in the EU. It generally had more than 90% of the search market and more than 75% of the online search advertising market, the Commission added.

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    Notizie da Wikipedia a proposito dell'europa. Oggi è oscurata per protestare contro la legge sul copyright che vogliono votare domani. Condivido la protesta, ma invita anche a contattare gli europarlamentari per fargli presente che non siamo d'accordo con questa legge, ma a cosa servirebbe? L'ue è una dittatura, neanche a perdere tempo a cercare di parlare con simili nazisti.
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    https://scontent-mxp1-1.xx.fbcdn.net...c8&oe=5B7AFE48

    Fortunatamente si sono drasticamente ridotti al 20%.

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    Comunque vada l'ue è spacciata semmai... Anche alleandosi coi sovranisti... Io sono il tipo che se ti dà fiducia una volta è anche troppo. L'hai tradita? Per me puoi anche crepare.

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    Faticoso per tutti, reagire alla disillusione in modo ragionevole.
    Non è irragionevole reagire rifiutando chi ti ha sia ingannato che impoverito, appropriandosi dei beni della tua stessa nazione ( lo Stato che fù di proprietà dei cittadini vs liberisti nuovi proprietari massoni privilegiati)
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    "Boris"

    Io mi sono occupato di scrivere, di raccontare con rispetto ed attenzione ai dati certi, un pò di storia d' Italia... https://blog.libero.it/wp/euroexit/

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    https://www.euractiv.com/section/dig...tion-campaigns

    Parliament calls for EU measures to counter hostile disinformation campaigns

    The European Parliament passed a resolution on Wednesday (13 March) warning against propaganda and disinformation campaigns ahead of the May 2019 EU elections, citing Russia, China, Iran and North Korea as the main sources.

    The resolution, adopted by 489 votes to 148 and 30 abstentions, strongly condemns the “increasingly aggressive actions” against European countries as well as those in the EU’s neighbourhood.

    Lawmakers want in particular “to raise awareness about Russia’s disinformation campaigns, as this constitutes the main source of disinformation in Europe”.

    The resolution was drafted by Polish MEP Anna Fotyga (European Conservatives and Reformists) who chairs the Parliament’s sub-committee on security and defence.

    It calls for greater EU focus on hostile propaganda “which aims to undermine the foundations and principles of European democracy, as well as the sovereignty of all Eastern Partnership countries.”

    The position was adopted as a major study was released by civil rights group Avaaz, that shines a light on the fact that fake news circulating during the French Yellow Vest movement reached over 105 million views on Facebook. France itself has just over 35 million Facebook monthly active users.

    “Over 100 million views of fake news. This huge number shows how much the Yellow Vest movement has been infected with disinformation,” Christoph Schott, Campaign Director at Avaaz said.

    “Alarm bells should be ringing across Europe right now, with the upcoming EU elections being the ultimate stress test for our democracies’ immune systems.”

    A special disinformation task force was established in 2015 under the European Commission’s European External Action Service, focusing on counteracting Russian disinformation.

    However, the East StratCom service has only 15 employees and the Fotyga report calls for transforming it into a full-fledged unit. This would help “raise awareness about Russia’s disinformation campaigns, as this constitutes the main source of disinformation in Europe,” the resolution argues.

    Since it was established, East StratCom has uncovered over 5,000 cases of disinformation on various issues, according to the task force’s own statistics. But MEPs say a wider range of information sources and languages needs to be covered.

    A Rapid Alert System enabling fast information exchange is to be launched next week, enabling a solid EU response to hybrid threats, the resolution said.

    Speaking after the vote, Fotyga said the EU “can no longer deny the fact that our institutions and societies are targeted by the Kremlin’s hostile propaganda, which is part of a broader strategy.”

    “Our answer depends on resilient societies, transparent media and encouraging pluralism while taking steps to ensure that we avoid censorship,” Fotyga said.

    The resolution also encourages all European countries to assess the situation in their territories and urges them to “recognise the urgent need for a strategic awakening to counter the hostile information fight”.

    “We emphasised the need to maintain freedom of expression and media freedom while fighting hostile propaganda and disinformation, as well as the role of independent media and high-quality journalism,” the Polish MEP told her colleagues in the EU assembly.

    New rules on political campaigning

    In an earlier vote on Tuesday (12 March), the European Parliament also adopted new rules on political campaigning to protect the May 2019 European elections against misuse of data.

    The new regulations passed with 586 votes for, 55 against and 24 abstentions, allow for financial sanctions to be imposed on pan-European political parties and foundations that would deliberately illegally use personal data in their European election campaigns.

    The Authority for European Political Parties and Foundations will have authority to impose sanctions, which could amount to a percentage of their annual budget as well as their exclusion from EU funding.

    MEPs also called for social media companies, messaging services and search engine providers to be regulated by law. But at the same time, they warned against the threat of censorship, saying moves to block social media accounts need to be justified by law and carried out transparently, in cooperation with civil society.

    The new regulations were inspired, among others, by the scandal involving Facebook and Cambridge Analytica, which harvested the personal data of millions of users without their consent during the Brexit campaign.

    “The new provisions are aimed at protecting the electoral process from online disinformation campaigns based on misuse of voters’ personal data. I am happy that we have managed to proceed with this file in such a timely manner,” stated Danuta Maria Hübner (EPP), chair of the Parliament’s committee on foreign affairs (AFCO).

    The Parliament resolution also aims to ensure greater transparency of media ownership, saying additional efforts are needed to accurately attribute the sources of disinformation.

    Европарламент не хочет, чтобы люди знали правду!

    The European Parliament wants to take measures to block true information!!!

    The European Parliament does not want the people to know the truth!


    Das Europäische Parlament möchte nicht, dass die Menschen die Wahrheit erfahren!

    Parlamentul European nu dorește ca oamenii să știe adevărul!

    Il Parlamento europeo non vuole che la gente sappia la verità!
    "Boris"

    Io mi sono occupato di scrivere, di raccontare con rispetto ed attenzione ai dati certi, un pò di storia d' Italia... https://blog.libero.it/wp/euroexit/

 

 
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