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Protest against new coronavirus rules, 'green pass' in Italy

Ghana News Agency 23 Jul 2021
About 2,000 people gathered for a rally in the northern city of Turin late on Thursday night, according to media reports. "No to the green pass," the demonstrators chanted. The EU's digital coronavirus certificate is also called the green pass in Italy ... EU citizens can show their EU vaccination passport under the new rules ... GNA. .
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Covid cert helpline swamped by ‘unprecedented demand’

Belfast Telegraph 21 Jul 2021
“It should be noted that the EU Digital Covid Certificate is not a travel document and the possession of an EU Digital Covid Certificate will not be a precondition to exercise free movement rights,” she said ... “You will be aware of media reports in respect of travellers who have travelled to EU countries without a Digital Covid Certificate.
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DoubleVerify Awarded Three Privacy Certification Seals from TrustArc, Demonstrating Its Commitment to Data Privacy Globally

The Marshall News Messenger 20 Jul 2021
DV), a leading software platform for digital media measurement, data and analytics, today announced it has achieved certifications for the EU-U.S ... DoubleVerify is a leading software platform for digital media measurement and analytics ... between buyers and sellers of digital media.
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France fines Google 500 million euros

Taipei Times 13 Jul 2021
... “in good faith” with media companies over the use of their content under EU copyright rules ... In April last year, the French Competition Authority ordered Google to negotiate “in good faith” with media groups after it refused to comply with a new EU law governing digital copyright.
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France fines Google $593M in media copyright row

Manila Standard Today 13 Jul 2021
... with media companies over the use of their content under EU copyright rules ... In April 2020, the French competition authority ordered Google to negotiate “in good faith” with media groups after it refused to comply with a 2019 EU law governing digital copyright.
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France slaps €500 mn fine on Google over copyright rowThe Competition Authority ordered the US ...

Deccan Herald 13 Jul 2021
... "in good faith" with media companies over the use of their content under EU copyright rules ... In April 2020, the French competition authority ordered Google to negotiate "in good faith" with media groups after it refused to comply with a new EU law governing digital copyright.
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Google faces French ruling on copyright row

The Jordan Times 13 Jul 2021
In April 2020, France's competition authority ordered Google to negotiate "in good faith" with media groups, after it refused to comply with a new EU law governing digital copyrights. The so-called "neighbouring rights" aim to ensure that news publishers are compensated when their work is shown on websites, search engines and social media platforms.
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Google faces French ruling on copyright row with media groups

Beijing News 10 Jul 2021
In April 2020, France's competition authority ordered Google to negotiate "in good faith" with media groups, after it refused to comply with a new EU law governing digital copyrights. The so-called "neighbouring rights" aim to ensure that news publishers are compensated when their work is shown on websites, search engines and social media platforms.
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Europe has created a two-tier vaccination system that will hit poorer countries

The Observer 04 Jul 2021
On the day the EU pass was launched without Covishield, India threatened retaliatory action, with a government source telling the BBC that Delhi would “institute a reciprocal policy for recognition of the EU digital Covid certificate” if India-produced vaccines were not added to EU travel passes.
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EU recognises UK data protection adequacy but warns against divergence

Computer Weekly 29 Jun 2021
Following the EU decision, the UK’s Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport said the government planned to promote the free flow of personal data through trade deals and data adequacy agreements with other countries. The secretary of state for digital, Oliver Dowden, said.
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Elton John Calls U.K. Government “Philistines” Over Post-Brexit Touring Issues

The Hollywood Reporter 28 Jun 2021
The statement was read to MPs during a hearing by the Digital, Culture, Media (DCMS) and Sport Committee, which was focused on EU visa arrangements for people working across the country’s arts and entertainment industry before John shared it to his personal social media.
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Radiohead and Chemical Brothers back calls for action on EU touring

Belfast Telegraph 23 Jun 2021
New post-Brexit UK rules which came into force at the beginning of the year do not guarantee visa-free travel for musicians in the EU ... to “save” EU touring ... He told the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee he has engaged with every EU country on the issue since January.
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Mumford & Sons and Idris Elba warn PM of post-Brexit touring ‘crisis’

Belfast Telegraph 23 Jun 2021
“To deliver on your commitment, we urge you to find solutions that ensure performers and their creative teams do not need to obtain a visa and work permit each time they seek paid work in any EU country ... He told the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee he has engaged with every EU country on the issue since January.
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58% want ministers to do more to help musicians post-Brexit, poll finds

Belfast Telegraph 17 Jun 2021
Sir Elton John has warned musicians face a “looming catastrophe” because of post-Brexit travel restrictions while the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee has held sessions scrutinising handling of negotiations with the EU ... The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport has been contacted for a response.
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Sir Elton John warns musicians of ‘looming catastrophe’ due to post-Brexit rules

Metro UK 11 Jun 2021
The 74-year-old’s statement was read out by Stanley during a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee hearing on EU visa arrangements for those in the creative sector ... Sir Elton’s statement on the matter was read at the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee last month (Picture.

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