EUTA signs joint industry letter on the EU General Product Safety Regulation (GPSR)

On 22 November, the European Tech Alliance co-signed an industry letter on the General Product Safety Regulation (GPSR) urging EU policymakers to:  Ensure the GPSR is consistent with the Digital Services Act (DSA); Provide enough time for implementation and alignment with the DSA; Give the supply chain flexibility in product identification; Keep the responsible person’s […]

European Tech Alliance Position on EP Proposed Amendments on the AI Act

Acting as developers, deployers or users of AI systems, EUTA members rely on AI to better serve their customers and improve their operations in many ways. The EUTA welcomes the Commission’s risk-based approach to regulating AI, where transparency requirements apply to some specific AI use cases and additional obligations apply only to AI systems that […]

EUTA Welcomes the Digital Services Act

The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) welcomes the agreement on the Digital Services Act (DSA) announced in the early hours of Saturday 23 April.  The DSA is a landmark legislation that will apply to a wide variety of online actors supported by different business models . Indeed, the DSA creates rules for all platforms hosting any […]

Quote by the EUTA Chair on the DMA

An overly broad scope of the Digital Markets Act (DMA) risks catching companies that are not gatekeepers. We support an effective DMA, targeted at the handful of systemic gatekeepers, and which does not undermine the ability of European tech companies to compete in today’s global economy. Read the full quote here About the EUTA The […]

European Tech Alliance Position for DSA Trilogues

The EUTA fully supports the EU’s objective to curb the availability of illegal content, products or services online. The Digital Services Act (DSA) is a long, detailed piece of EU legislation which assigns obligations to digital actors. The proposed regulation clarifies obligations and will ultimately create trust for consumers online. However, the EUTA would like […]

Statement by the European Tech Alliance on the DMA

The EUTA welcomes the launch of the inter-institutional negotiations on the Digital Markets Act (DMA) and the ambitious legislative timetable put forward by the co-legislators. Achieving progress on the DMA is essential to promote competition, consumer choice and innovation in digital markets dominated by large gatekeepers. Once again, the EU has the chance to set […]

Statement by the European Tech Alliance on DSA Plenary Vote

Ahead of the European Parliament’s plenary vote on the DSA this week, the European Tech Alliance (EUTA) would like to stress three key points: Firstly, the EUTA continues to strongly support the DSA’s objectives of preventing and limiting the availability of illegal content, goods or services. Creating a safe online environment for consumers is of […]

EUTA Statement following the final DSA vote in the IMCO Committee

Following the vote today on the Digital Services Act, in the Internal Market and Consumer Affairs Committee (IMCO) of the European Parliament,  Magdalena Piech, Chair of the European Tech Alliance said: “European tech companies stand strongly behind the DSA. It will limit and prevent the availability of illegal content, products and services online and it […]

EUTA Position on the Artificial Intelligence Act

The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) has published its Position on the Artificial Intelligence Act (AIA), which can be found below. The EUTA welcomes the European Commission’s risk-based approach to AI regulation, with its focus on high risk applications. It is vital that the AIA avoids a fragmented approach across Europe and strikes a balance between […]