IP/16/207  02-02-2016 - Commission proposes to boost mobile internet services with high-quality radio frequencies 
European Commission - European - Press release Commission Brussels, 2 February 2016 The Commission today presents a proposal to coordinate the use of the 700 MHz band for mobile services. It will improve internet access for all Europeans and help develop cross-border applications.
MEMO/16/206  02-02-2016 - Questions and answers: radio frequencies 
European Commission - European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 2 February 2016 What is the 700 MHz band and what is it used for? The 700 MHz frequency band consists of radio spectrum in the range 694-790 MHz. It is part of the wider ultra-high frequency (UHF) band, currently used throughout Europe for...
SPEECH/16/114  20-01-2016 - Statement by First Vice-President Frans Timmermans and Commissioner Günther Oettinger – EP Plenary Session – Situation in Poland 
European Commission - European Commission - Speech - [Check Against Delivery] Strasbourg, 19 January 2016 Opening remarks by First Vice-President Frans Timmermans Mister President of the European Parliament, Madam Prime Minister, Mister Minister, Honourable Members of the European Parliament, On behalf of President Juncker and my colleagues in the Commission I want to...
MEMO/16/62  13-01-2016 - College Orientation Debate on recent developments in Poland and the Rule of Law Framework: Questions & Answers 
European Commission - European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 13 January 2016 College Orientation Debate on recent developments in Poland and the Rule of Law Framework: Questions & Answers Why is the Commission holding a debate on the situation in Poland and the Rule of Law Framework? The rule of law is one...
IP/15/6261  09-12-2015 - Commission takes first steps to broaden access to online content and outlines its vision to modernise EU copyright rules 
European Commission - European - Press release Commission Brussels, 9 December 2015 Making EU copyright rules fit for the digital age Delivering on its Digital Single Market strategy, the Commission today presents a proposal to allow Europeans to travel with their online content and an action plan to modernise EU copyright rules.
MEMO/15/6262  09-12-2015 - Making EU copyright rules fit for the digital age - QUESTIONS & ANSWERS 
European Commission - European Commission - Fact Sheet Brussels, 9 December 2015 1) COPYRIGHT IN THE DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET What is copyright and how is it defined at EU level? Copyright is a framework of rules around how works – expressions of ideas – are legally protected and can be used.
IP/15/6270  08-12-2015 - Commission welcomes agreement to make EU online environment more secure 
European Commission - European - Press release Commission Brussels, 8 December 2015 Negotiators of the European Parliament, the Council and the Commission have agreed on the first EU-wide legislation on cybersecurity. Information systems – computing resources such as networks and databases that enable essential services, businesses and the internet to function – are...
IP/15/5927  27-10-2015 - Bringing down barriers in the Digital Single Market: No roaming charges as of June 2017 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Strasbourg, 27 October 2015 The European Commission has welcomed today's vote by the European Parliament's plenary to adopt the agreement reached in June to end roaming charges by June 2017 and to set net neutrality rules for the first time in EU law.
IP/15/5715  28-09-2015 - The EU and China signed a key partnership on 5G, our tomorrow's communication networks 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 28 September 2015 Both parties are committed to reciprocity and openness in terms of access to 5G networks research funding, market access as well as in membership of Chinese and EU 5G associations.
IP/15/5704  24-09-2015 - Have your say on geo-blocking and the role of platforms in the online economy 
European Commission - European Commission - Press release Brussels, 24 September 2015 The Commission wants to hear from citizens, manufacturers, retailers (especially SMEs), right holders, data and cloud service providers and users, as well as all those involved in the collaborative economy.