Consumer protection

The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) and its members care deeply about their consumers and understand that they are at the heart of their success. In today’s fast-paced and highly competitive business environment, companies are constantly innovating and adapting to meet the changing needs of their customers.

Where EU rules are needed, policymakers should focus on concrete problems that consumers are facing. Rules should address problems with specific business models instead of a one-size-fits-all approach or dictating specific product designs. It is essential to extend the same commercial rights that must be granted to online businesses as to brick-and-mortar ones. Furthermore, any proposed solutions should be proportional to the identified problems.

Building Ethical Digital Interfaces: EUTA and MEP Alex Agius Saliba co-host workshop on consumer protection and the promotion of innovation

BRUSSELS, 7 November, 2023 – The European Tech Alliance (EUTA) co-hosted with MEP Alex Agius Saliba (S&D, MT) a workshop on “Building Ethical Digital Interfaces: How to protect consumers without hindering innovation”, in the European Parliament.  The event brought together policymakers, digital rights experts, academics, and representatives from both consumer

Digital Fairness: EUTA contribution to the European Commission’s Consultation

As the European Commission is assessing European Union (EU) consumer law on digital fairness, the European Tech Alliance (EUTA) very respectfully shares some recommendations through the European Commission’s consultation on EU consumer law on digital fairness. We invite the European Commission to:   Apply targeted rules to companies interacting with EU