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DG ENTR- Late Payments Directive (Final Conference Video)
Animo were commissioned to produce an attractive short video that would be used to open a conference marking the successful conclusion of the Late Payments campaign by DG ENTR (now GROW). This video would highlight the introduction of the Late Payments directive, which was designed to help SMEs flourish across Europe. The main objective of this video content was to highlight how the introduction of the Late Payments Directive by DG ENTR would benefit SMEs, and the European economy as a whole. The video started out by showing various shots from a night-time scene in an urban setting. Using innovative graphics, the video showed the lights in blocks of offices being flicked off, along with appropriate sound effects. This was designed to symbolise SMEs going out of business because they were unable to remain competitive due to debt. A multi-voiced narrative overdubs this scene, and soon we are shown face-to-face interviews with MEPs from a range of different EU member states. These MEPs were involved in the creation of this directive, and they discuss how it will benefit not only SMEs, but also the EU as a whole. The inclusion of these MEPs adds a sense of authority and unity to the video. As the video concludes, we see the lights being reignited in the urban office buildings, representing the ability of more and more SMEs to stay afloat thanks to this directive. This video content we produced for DG ENTR was credited with providing a concise and straightforward assessment of the benefits of the Late Payments Directive through our combination of symbolic and informational content. The arresting image of lights being flicked off throughout the city clearly alluded towards enterprises going out of business, while the final image of these lights being turned back on was an optimistic note to end on. Personal interviews with MEPs involved with the creation of this directive also gave audiences an insight into the impetus behind this project, and how the European Parliament is working in unity across national borders towards helping smaller businesses
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EU Directive on Late Payments in Commercial Transactions: Where Are We Today?
EU Directive on Late Payments in Commercial Transactions: Where Are We Today? Under Directive 2011/7/EU, all member states had to transpose into their national legislation by 16 March 2013 new provisions for combating late payments in commercial transactions. How has implementation of the Directive progressed? Gain new insights on the complexities created by uneven implementation of the Directive and explore ways your company can navigate them. (Live presentation was aired on 19 Feb 2014) www.deloitte.com/dbriefs/deloittelegal
Negotiation Skills Tips | Late Payment Directive | MBM One Minute Video
https://www.makingbusinessmatter.co.uk In this one minute video Darren from MBM explores the late payment directive and what it means for suppliers to UK Supermarkets. To learn more click the link to read the full report: https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/360834/bis-14-1116-a-users-guide-to-the-recast-late-payment-directive.pdf You may have heard about a maximum number of payment days law. In this video we’ll explore the late payment directive and what it means for you as a supplier supplying the UK supermarkets. My name is Darren and you are at the home of Sticky Learning – MBM – Trainers to the UK Grocery Industry and experts in Category Management Training. The UK was one of the first EU countries to implement a late payment legislation and since 1998 businesses have been able to charge interest for late payments. In March 2013, an EU law came into force. The new rules are simple – debtors will be forced to pay interest and reimburse the reasonable recovery costs of the creditor, if they do not pay for goods and services on time (60 days for business and 30 days for public authorities). The two points to note are that : • Businesses must pay their invoice within 60 days, unless expressly agreed otherwise and provided it is not unfair to the creditor. • Statutory interest rate applies (at least 8 percentage points above the Bank of England’s reference rate) to the debt unless an agreement has been reached which amounts to a substantial remedy for the late payment of the debt. • The periodfor payment should be calculated from the receipt of goods or services. This means that if you are a supplier to a UK supermarket, your payment terms should be no longer than 60 days, unless you have negotiated, or accepted, that the payment terms will be longer and that it is not unfair to your business. Now that you understand a little more about the late payment directive click the link in the description below to read the UK Government’s full report called, ‘A Users Guide to the recast Late Payment Directive’. Also, watch our other video about Tesco Payment terms.
Late Payment Directive ter bestrijding van betalingsachterstand
https://www.intrum.be/nl/business-solutions/statistieken-inzichten/rapporten-publicaties/european-payment-report/ - Het aantal onbetaalde facturen neemt sterk toe bij Belgische KMO's. Met de Late Payment Directive probeert de EU de betalingsachterstand te bestrijden. Bron: Kanaal Z
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John Howarth MEP Late payments to SMEs
John Howarth MEP on the Late Payment Directive report which supports businesses being paid on time
Budget 2011 - Crisis Report - Late Payments - Sakharov Prize
Parliament's plenary session was dominated by the EU budget and a report from its special committee on the economic crisis, as well as the adoption of a directive fighting against late payments in business transactions. Parliament's Conference of Presidents of political groups also decided to award the prestigious Sakharov prize to imprisoned Cuban dissident Guillermo Farinas, proposed by the EPP Group.
Views: 148 EPP Group
EPP Group Backs Tougher Rules Against Late Business Payments
Blaming late payments for thousands of SME bankruptcies, EPP Group lawmakers support a tougher EU directive with quicker deadlines and tougher penalties.
Views: 37 EPP Group
EU Copyright Directive Hits a Buffer!
Just in case you haven't heard, the EU Copyright Directive going through the EU legislative system has hit a bit of a roadblock. PLEASE SUPPORT MY YOUTUBE WORK ON PATREON: http://bit.ly/2oUVQfm OR ON SUBSCRIBESTAR: https://www.subscribestar.com/jeff-taylor My Youtube Community Page: https://goo.gl/tpTxpt FACEBOOK: @JeffTaylorBrexit LIKE THIS? PLEASE SHARE IT using the url - https://youtu.be/k_JH0e9udEE *SUBSCRIBE* to Jeff Taylor Here: https://goo.gl/NyzUPo How to *SUPERCHARGE* your YouTube videos - start for FREE: http://bit.ly/2vbl9z2 This directive contains the much dreaded Articles 11 and 13 that you have probably heard about. Article 11, which is supported by big media companies, forces, and yes I do mean forces, it forces news sources to charge the likes of Google and social media platforms a fee when they put a link to their articles on a search page. The idea being that the news aggregators who profit from the advertising they put on the search results pages pass some of their earnings on to the original creators of the news content they are using. The thinking here is that it keeps news reporters in business and able to provide us with reliable and objective news that can push the so-called fake news out. This would require all sorts of legal agreements and would also mean that small upcoming news sources would be thrown out into the cold - but great for the big established boys and girls - oops, am I being too gender specific? Article 13 is designed to prevent any copyright infringing material being posted to the Web so as to protect the original creators' rights to exploit their own work, not have people republishing work they do not own for their own profit. This is highly problematic as it would mean all content being electronically screened for copyright before it can be published. A massive technological hurdle, a hurdle that would drive small internet players off the field as well as stop the currently lawful and legitimate use of snippets of other people's work, such as for memes or parody. YouTube has already said that it would have to consider shutting out all the small uploaders and stick to the big boys only, with whom they would have to have special contracts with. Once again great for the established big people but not for the rest of us. Overall, the fear was that these two pieces of law would damage the internet and the industries that have been built up around them. Anyway, the meeting due in Romania to approve this directive today has been cancelled, as eleven countries have said they will oppose it. So, a victory for common sense and the little people it seems. Now, before all the pro-EU types get heated up and tell us all that it's great to see EU democracy in action, I have to say that this does not kill the directive, I expect to see it resurrected later in the year in some form or another, but it could be delayed for some time, or even end up being shelved. But here's the interesting bit to show you how our so-called sovereign parliament fits into this. If the UK is still under the cosh of the European Court of Justice, once agreed this directive would have come into force with the effect that our UK parliament would have to comply within one year and make it fully effective in UK law. Our politicians in Westminster would not be able to vote it down, they would not be able to substantively amend it. They would merely redraft it and get the Queen to sign it making it effective. Now, in the run up to the 2017 snap general election, the Tories would have known this Directive was coming down the pipe, so they included reference to it in their election manifesto, but without telling you it was in response to law they had no control over. Their manifesto included: "We will ensure there is a robust system for protection of intellectual property when the UK has left the EU, with strong protections against infringement." That's basically Article 13 of the Directive and: "At a time when the internet is changing the way people obtain their news, we also need to take steps to protect the reliability and objectivity of information that is essential to our democracy and a free and independent press. We will ensure content creators are appropriately rewarded for the content they make available online." And that is basically Article 11 of the Directive. But now that the EU copyright directive has possibly fallen flat on its face, how will the Tories fulfil that manifesto commitment? After all, they've said they 'will ensure' they happen? Now, wouldn't it have been more honest to say that if the EU decides to do these things, we'll just go along with it? Makes you wonder about the rest of the manifestoes doesn't it? Sources: https://www.engadget.com/2019/01/19/eu-copyright-directive-rejected-at-council/ https://www.musicbusinessworldwide.com/music-to-youtubes-ears-article-13-in-trouble-as-european-copyright-directive-progress-stalls/
Views: 5459 Jeff Taylor
Channel P: The impact of late payments
Michael Frigo, country manager of Atradius Singapore, shares why firms should not fall into the habit of delaying payments.
Views: 106 procurementasia
Transposition de la Directive comptable
Commission des Missions Comptables - 18 décembre 2015
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European Payment Index 2014: Aanwervingsstop bij 40% Europese bedrijven (EPI 2014)
https://www.intrum.be/nl/business-solutions/statistieken-inzichten/rapporten-publicaties/european-payment-report/ - European Payment Index 2014: Aanwervingsstop bij 4 op 10 Europese bedrijven. 1 op 4 ontslaat werknemers, mede als gevolg van wanbetalers onder klanten.
Views: 73 Intrum Belgium
Please share this! #saveyourinternet  (read description)
Article 13 is part of European copyright legislation created with the intent to better protect creativity and find effective ways for copyright holders to protect their content online.Article 13 of the EU's new copyright directive have stoked fears that memes will effectively be banned and platforms will need to pay publishers when people link to their websites, and Google is strongly against it.The European Parliament has voted in favour of a controversial new copyright directive that could force tech giants to do much more to stop the spread of copyrighted material on their platforms. The European Union Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, to give it its full name, is designed to update existing copyright laws for the internet age.Article 13 that have been dubbed the “meme ban" Where I got this information: This YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtoCCz545gwXkHLtYYKWY4w These two articles: https://www.wired.co.uk/article/what-is-article-13-article-11-european-directive-on-copyright-explained-meme-ban https://www.youtube.com/intl/en-GB/saveyourinternet/ Share this and #saveyourinternet
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Late Payment of Commercial Debts Interest Act 1998
The Late Payment of Commercial Debts (No.2) Regulations (Amended Regulations) came into force on 14 May this year. We explain what this means to businesses, in particular small businesses and franchised companies.
Views: 203 Fraser Brown
KCN Change bitcoin laws in the EU
Information partner CoinIdol - https://coinidol.com/ Information partner - Bitcoin Garden http://bitcoingarden.tk/ The European Union combat with money laundering through cryptocurrency. The amendments to the EU Parliament directive are intended to address the shortcomings in law, including tax evasion and identification-bitcoin users. Cryptocurrency platforms will fulfill the same requirements as other payment institutions, including rigorous identity verification and control operations to prevent money laundering. As it stated in the directive, its needed to improve prevention base to keep pace with the time. Do you like our video? Donate: BTC: 1JdRXQuqicwSyn61cd9jyXzAk2QUfu4KEW To add subtitles: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UCWN9FtDP3d-jfJu83pGARxw
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How do you apply the Late Payment of Commercial Debt (Interest) Act 1998?
Payment hasn't arrived and you're left with no choice but to claim the interest and admin fees that are rightfully yours. But how do you go about it?
Views: 69 Rachael Chiverton
Late payments from UK national firms worsen
Experian has reported an increase in the average time it takes businesses to pay overdue insurance bills
Copyright Directive - A Call to Europe
ENG __________________ EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT - TUESDAY 11TH SEPTEMBER 2018 CALL TO EUROPE  Europe, look at us, we are here, we have come to see you, we, the storytellers who make you dream, laugh, shudder, reflect, who can jostle you, annoy you who know how to move you to tears. We have come to tell you about these digital Ogres, the major Internet platforms. We loved them so much when they started up. But in ten years they have changed so much. These Ogres became powerful because we made them gods of our everyday lives They feed on our works without ever being satisfied. They disseminate them without any respect for them. The Ogres bet on our being afraid to denounce these practices, being afraid of challenging them. How many of us remain silent for fear of reprisals? Digital Ogres rely on our dispersion and our special interests. But look at us, we're all here, people from the world of music, theatre, press, cinema… United in the same determination to defend free and independent creation. Europe, we need you Remember our German friends who in 2013 wanted payment for the press titles on Google news.  Google's answer was simple.  German newspapers would no longer be indexed on their service. Remember our Spanish friends who in turn asked for a fee for news articles featured on Google news in 2014. Google's answer?  To shut down its service throughout Spain. Remember our European publisher friends when Amazon wanted to impose a single price for books in 2014 The ones who stood up to Amazon saw their books removed from the great Merchant's online store, until a petition from writers around the world made them back down. This is how Ogres behave. They impose their rules, those of the strongest, they don't like being dictated to, they don't pay taxes in our countries, nor for the work of the creators who generate their value nor do they want any opposing power to challenge them. Europe, today we need your support. Individually, we are nothing, insignificant, but together, under your banner, we will be strong. We need your voice and your authority to defend us. We are talking about machines that censor content if the text was voted on. The word makes us shudder, we, the Europeans who have experienced the worst violence and true censorship. But how can we accept the meaning of the words to be hijacked to this extent? No one will be prevented from speaking online. Oh, some works won't be used on the Internet if the big Platforms refuse to pay for the audience they generate? But this is not censorship, it's just greed. This is our argument. The refusal to pay for profits from the dissemination of works on the Internet is not the defence of freedom of expression, but the defence of freedom of exploitation. Everyone lives from his or her work, There is no altruism when one has to eat and find somewhere to live. And don't let anyone tell us that the citizens of the world won't be able to create GIFs or other games from our works! That's not serious! Humour will obviously continue to exist, there is even a right to protect it. Let's keep the sense of history and proportion. We want art to thrive on the Internet, to be broadcast, listened to, and even ridiculed or rehashed. Europe, you will soon be appearing before the voters to explain your action, look at us. We will be there to cast our votes in the elections, yes we will. Not the Giants of the Internet. You represent us, you are not there to defend the Ogres against your children. We have come to put our fate in your hands because we have faith in you. If the Copyright Directive is not passed tomorrow, how long before we'll have another opportunity to have a means to argue with the big Internet platforms? In three years? In 10 years? Never? These are historic opportunities that musn't be missed.  Europe, support your children, creators of your beautiful and great Union! Give us the means to negotiate our rights with the big machines that think they are gods, while they are just highways. It's the call of citizens, creators, and Europeans, it's our call to you, Europe. ———
Views: 15 La Gam
Jürgen Creutzmann on Combating late payment
Speech by Jürgen Creutzmann MEP (ALDE ADLE) on : Combating late payment in commercial transactions [on behalf of the Group] [Language DE original] Creutzmann-OR_101019_212123_obog_de * ORIGINAL Language - http://budurl.com/AAonYOUTUBEc * EN Translation - http://budurl.com/AAonITUNES * FR Translation - http://budurl.com/AAonDailymotion
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How the Digital Wonderland will look after the EU Copyright Reform?
Other languages available: Italian - https://youtu.be/Kzd_egQt-HQ Spanish - https://youtu.be/tEU1Dm4w3ho German - https://youtu.be/BThTmyrjkyw French - https://youtu.be/miqHzBmFJrk About: European copyright reform is at a critical point. Watch DIGITALEUROPE's video explaining the key points to which we must pay our attention to.
The late response of Alex Mauer
A late response has been filed. Let's talk about it and what Imagos is going to do about it. https://leonardjfrench.com/2017/09/28/late-response-alex-mauer/
EU Copyright Directive; Article 13, 11 and 12 - Uploadfilters - Information and Critique
The new EU Copyright Directive is heavily debated. It's article 13 (now 17) implies upload filters for copyright protected material on all big platforms, where users can upload user generated content. In a worst-case scenario this could have wide consequences for a lot of users in Europe, but also in the rest of the world. In this video I try to inform you about what's in the articles 11 (now 15), 12 (now 16) and 13 (not 17). in addition I give you my opinion on each article and try to explain why this is a bad idea from my perspective. What can you do against it? Petition: https://www.change.org/p/european-parliament-stop-the-censorship-machinery-save-the-internet?lang=en-GB Demonstrations (with dates and places): https://savetheinternet.info/demos Call your MEPs (numbers, twitter and mail addresses are public; you can find them here): https://saveyourinternet.eu/act/ Julia Reda is a MEP (Member of the European Parliament) and has good information and strong arguments against Article 13, 11 and 12; very active on twitter, also posts in English: https://juliareda.eu/en/ https://twitter.com/Senficon (@Senficon) Why should I care outside of Europe? This directive will have an impact even on countries outside the EU. #savetheinternet #article13 #uploadfilter Disclaimer: - I'm a YouTuber - I monetize my YouTube videos - I get money from Google doing this = That means I'm biased Pictures are from: https://pixabay.com Follow me on Twitter for updates and news: @PhilosophGames https://goo.gl/qbkMGF The Philosopher's Games: I usually make reviews and analytical content. If you like this video feel free to check my channel (ThePhilosophersGames) for more: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePhilosophersGames
Agency Workers Directive Delayed until 2011
The Agency Workers Directive is to be delayed until October 2011. The Department of Business Innovation and Skills has made the announcement after it was advised to work out any problems and inconsistencies before bringing the directive into force. It follows some controversy surrounding the proposed regulations as the Service Providers Association (SPA) earlier asked for the Government to be more clear about their definition of a 'vulnerable worker'. During the second stage of the consultation it was announced that contractors working under Umbrella Companies will be included in the legislation while those operating as limited companies would not. Once it comes into force, agency workers will qualify for the same pay terms and conditions as comparable permanent workers. If you want to know more about how the legislation will affect you please contact the team at Excellium Umbrella.
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Article 13 May Live
Ladies and Gentleman the current situation is that Article 13 may live and go on for the final vote in March. In late January it was predicted that required changes to Article 13's language would not arrive in time for the last EU Trilogue that is in session right now. Many predicted that there would be no agreement on the new language but this has since changed. Germany and France agreed on the rules for the article and the new language has been submitted in time for the trialogue that's is in session right now. The consensus has changed from Article 13 being removed from the EU Copyright Directive to now thinking that the article will remain for the final vote in March. This change is horrible news for the countries in the European Union. If The Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market becomes law, it will mean that 90% of internet companies will be negatively affected by the new law. The reason why this article will hurt companies. It will be forced the purchase of expensive and inaccurate filtering software to remove content owned by outside companies automatically. In other words, if your Youtube video contains ANY copyrighted material like music or movies regardless of length, Youtube must devise a way to automatically remove that material or be sued by the owner of said material. Not only will Youtube get sued but the submitter of the protected content will be liable and forced to pay a fine. Not only is this almost impossible to automatically filter this content but it will be insanely expensive, and the removal filters will detect false positives and remove perfectly legal content. Due to the extreme expense and inaccuracy of these filters, many predict that the internet companies like Soundcloud, Twitter, Facebook, Youtube will pull out of European Union countries. Article 13 will cause the internet will die for the citizens of Europe. Why can't the European Parliament approach law creation like chess? They seem to ignore what will happen next. It's as if there controlled by the copyright holders. They have blinders on and refuse to see the big picture. It's evident that they are puppets for the music and movie industries. One member of the European Parliament stands out. She is a true representative of the people. Her name is Julia Reda, and she's a member of the Pirate Party Germany. If it were not for Julia, we would still be held in the dark concerning what's going on behind closed doors at the EU. She is a hero for the people, and we wish to thank her for all her efforts. ★Youtube Channel ★ https://www.youtube.com/user/JuliaRedaMEP ★Twitter Account ★ @Senficon ★Julia Reda's Blog Site ★ https://juliareda.eu/ You must get the word out on what's happening. I'm from the United States, and I feel that if Article 13 becomes law, the copyright owners will come overseas and attempt to apply their controls here. I want this stopped NOW. It can not be left to pass. The language is draconian and will destroy freedom of thought in a considerable way. The copyright holders know the truth. The creativity in their industry is dead. They're dried up. Look at the music industry. There's nothing left. The movie industry is also dying on the vine. The internet and its freedoms of thought and expression contain all the new talent, and the big corporations know that if they fail to clamp down on this creativity that their future is doomed. This is why they have to force control over the internet now before it too late. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ATTRIBUTION - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Lord of The Rings - The Fellowship of the Ring You Shall Not Pass Youtube https://youtu.be/mJZZNHekEQw?t=85
Views: 1048 Scott Fichter
The EU Plan That Threatens Your Memes, Explained
Learn how to make your voice heard: https://saveyourinternet.eu/ https://changecopyright.org An EU proposal seeks to introduce upload filters to websites and expand copyright on news content. This could limit freedom of expression and access to information. Twitter: https://twitter.com/CensiClick Subscribe to my channel! https://goo.gl/B8Z9v8 Check out more of my videos: https://goo.gl/RGeqUJ Support me for free by browsing with Brave: https://brave.com/har633 » Donate « You want to support me and my videos? Any amount is appreciated: https://bit.ly/2sipPk2 Websites: The full text of the Commission Proposal: https://bit.ly/2qG2syX Details from MEP Julia Reda: https://juliareda.eu/eu-copyright-reform/ 'Neighbouring rights and wrongs of European copyright law' - Independent.ie: (https://bit.ly/2JCvZSq) Images: 'Paper texture' (https://bit.ly/2sNBIOU) by Toptal Subtle Patterns (https://bit.ly/2sUgUVm); made by Heliodor Jalba (http://about.me/heliodor) 'Graph Paper' (https://bit.ly/2kYYEXf) by Toptal Subtle Patterns (https://bit.ly/2sUgUVm); made by Tomislava Babić (https://www.behance.net/antitomi) 'Wall Street Sign' (https://bit.ly/2sLapoC) by Ramy Majouji is licensed under CC BY 2.5 (https://bit.ly/1em5XTc) 'YouTube Content ID claim'(https://bit.ly/2l2Iyf6) by epSos.de is licensed under CC BY 2.0 (https://bit.ly/1rRyEZO) Music: Production Music courtesy of www.epidemicsound.com
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Honest Government Ad | Article 13 (Internet Censorship Bill)
The European Union has made an ad about its Internet Censorship Bill (aka Article 13) and it's surprisingly honest and informative. ** Tell your MEPs to vote NO to Article 13 in September: https://www.saveyourinternet.eu ** Ways you can support us to keep making videos: -- Become a Patron: https://www.patreon.com/TheJuiceMedia -- Tip us on PayPal: https://www.paypal.me/thejuicemedia -- Tip us in bitcoin: 1HMPK1zFCLopAvNEvR3aehFU1tSvHeWkTS ** CREDITS: -- Produced by Patrons & Supporters of the Juice Media -- Written and created by Giordano for The Juice Media -- Performed by Zoe x voice by Lucy -- Phil animation by Arf: https://www.youtube.com/arf -- Thanks to Lakeisha for babysitting Luca! -- Music = "Carefree Royalty Free Ukele Music": https://knowyourmeme.com/memes/royalty-free-ukulele -- Outro beat by Stefan Harth: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9VX4-U_TyY ** FURTHER READING: - Wikimedia: https://blog.wikimedia.org/2017/06/06/european-copyright-directive-proposal/ - Motherboard: https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/mbk47b/europe-copyright-rules-content-id - The Verge: https://www.theverge.com/2018/7/5/17535874/eu-copyright-law-article-11-13-rejected-first-vote - https://www.saveyourinternet.eu ** TRANSLATIONS -- Danish by Mathilde -- Serbian by Tamara -- French by Julie -- Italian by Mauro Sanna -- German by Anon -- Spanish by Diego Naranjo -- Estonian by Kolev Rottus -- Romanian by Andreea Belu -- Dutch by Anon -- Portuguese by Eduardo Santos & José Pontes -- Turkish by Antigone09 -- Croatian by Leina Meštrović -- Slovenian by Anon -- Polish by Anon
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EU Cookie Law DNN Module to comply with the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive)
This is a module that allow your DotNetNuke portal to comply with the new EU Rulling to allow your users to agree or disagree use of cookies when they reach your portal. EU cookie law says that websites must get "informed consent" from users before they record any detailed information in the cookies they store on visitor's computer. So on 26th May 2011, new laws came into force in the UK that affect most web sites. If cookies are used in a site, the Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011 (UK Regulations) provide that certain information must be given to that site's visitors and the user must give his or her consent to the placing of the cookies. The UK Regulations implemented into UK law the provisions of the amended E-Privacy Directive of 2009. The Directive required that the new laws be implemented into the laws of all EU Member States by 25th May 2011The UK is only one of three member states to meet this deadline. Below you will find details on the UK Regulations and some additional information on the E-Privacy Directive itself. Because each Member State has some discretion in how it implements a Directive, the cookie laws in other European countries may differ from those of the UK.
Views: 1033 Salar Golestanian
Cash blocking EXPLAINED and late payments ACKNOWLEDGED & CONDEMNED. #kzntreasurynews: SIYAQHUBA
“"Operation Pay on Time": Suppliers Late Payments (Email: [email protected]), @kzntreasury will continue to intervene where necessary #payontime” KZN MEC for Finance, Belinda Scott 19 March 2015
Views: 46 KZN TREASURY News
Treasury Talks: Embrace ethical supply chain finance
Enrico Camerinelli discusses why the concept of ethical supply chain finance is going to gain traction as a consequence of the EU directive on late payments in our Treasury Talks session on day one of the International Cash & Treasury Management conference 2014 in Budapest. Treasury Talks are short and snappy 15 minute discussions on key treasury topics being held at the most senior level treasury event of the year - the EuroFinance International Cash & Treasury Management conference.
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New lifeline for companies stung by late payments
MEPs hope that new laws to fight the late payments that brought many SMEs and enterpreneurs close to bankruptcy will revive their investment power and generate jobs. EuroparlTV video ID: f1f40b0e-b86c-409e-97ef-a26f00fcd5b2
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Consult Hyperion Webinar  PSD2, XS2A and SCA  threats and opportunities
PSD2 is one of the hottest topics for Money 20/20 Europe this year: the second Payment Services Directive (PSD2) forces banks to open up direct API access to customer accounts (XS2A) for third-parties according to requirements for strong customer authentication (SCA). These third-parties will be able to develop new business cases based on the customer data and funds held by the banks. This offers huge opportunities for, but also poses significant threats, to many existing businesses. This webinar, hosted by Consult Hyperion & Norfico, will seek to explain the issues and answer questions about the implications of PSD2 and XS2A: • What are the technical and security challenges in implementing XS2A and SCA? • What can banks do to prevent third parties dis-intermediating them? • As a third-party how do you build a successful business model based on PSD2, XS2A and SCA? • Is this “cardmaggedon”: does this signal the end of the road for payment cards? Dave Birch Director of Innovation Consult Hyperion Tim Richards Principal Consultant Consult Hyperion Kristian T. Sørensen Founding Partner Norfico
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Final Demand Ltd l Late Payment Regulations
Final Demand Ltd clients are advised on the regulations laid out by the Late Payment of Commercial Debts Act of 1998 and 2002.
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'STOP interrupting me!' EU vice-president SNAPS at BBC presenter Nick Robinson
'STOP interrupting me!' EU vice-president SNAPS at BBC presenter Nick Robinson THE BBC’s Today programme erupted into a furious debate when the Vice President of the European Parliament clashed with presenter Nick Robinson over Brexit. The Irish MEP Mairead McGuinness could barely contain her rage against what she saw as repeated interruptions whilst attempting to make her point about the future of the Brexit negotiations. The heated debate concerned whether there was any additional dialogue Ireland could broker with the UK over attempts to avoid a hard border in Ireland. Ms McGuinness said sternly: “Well, let me just put the facts in place for you - Ireland is part of the EU so the idea that one country of the 27 would have this particular arrangement with the UK separate from what the EU does really is not an option. “I was quite surprised when I read the speculation yesterday” - but the European leader was not happy when Mr Robinson interrupted. She snapped: “May I just finish my point?” Mr Robinson replied: “Forgive me - no because I’d like to ask you a question if I may?” A little later, the debate broke down again but this timeless agreeably. The veteran correspondent exclaimed: “I’m sorry to interrupt you, it’s only we’re a little short of time so I want to just get to the key point you’re trying to make.” Ms McGuinness shot back: “I can make the point if you allow me.” The BBC guru continued: “Are you arguing that the political agreement, which is not legally binding and not yet sealed, might be a place?” Furious, the MEP spat: “Well, that is exactly the point I was making before you interrupted me. “It’s very clear that the political declaration should be the focus of attention.” The MEP explained that talk of amending the withdrawal agreement was futile as it is a legally binding, agreed text between the UK and the EU. The political declaration is merely a short statement of intent outlining a potential future relationship between the two partners.
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Chrysogonos Juri - Money Laundering 28112016
Nowadays there is a growing european and global consensus that threats associated with money laundering and terrorist financing are constantly evolving. It is not a rare phenomenon that the modern financial system is being used for the purpose of money laundering and terrorist financing (e.g. the recent terror attacks in Paris). Its loopholes can facilitate tax avoidance and evasion, contributing to crime, non-transparency and wealth inequality and damaging the stability and reputation of the financial sector. The present proposal for a directive of the European Parliament and of the Council amending Directive (EU) 2015/849 on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purposes of money laundering or terrorist financing and amending Directive 2009/101/EC aims to improve recent EU legislation on financial checks and transparency in order to further the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing. Regarding this issue following five main problems have already been identified: - 1. Suspicious transactions involving high-risk third countries are not efficiently monitored due to unclear and uncoordinated customer due diligence requirements; - 2. Suspicious transactions made through virtual currencies are not sufficiently monitored by the authorities, which are unable to link identities and transactions; - 3. Current measures to mitigate money laundering/terrorist financing risks associated with anonymous prepaid instruments are not sufficient; - 4. Financial Intelligence Units have limitations in the timely access to – and exchange of – information held by obliged entities; - 5. Financial Intelligence Units lack access or have delayed access to information on the identity of holders of bank and payment accounts. Under these circumstances, it is important to strike the right balance between putting in place sufficient checks and controls in order to tackle the aforementioned problems and protecting adequately the privacy and the related fundamental rights of the involved persons. Clear rules are required, that can effectively reinforce the vigilance by banks, lawyers, accountants and all other professional concerned. In this context and in line with the proposal of the Commission Financial Intelligence Units shall be able to associate virtual currency addresses to the identity of the owner of virtual currencies. The threshold for payments using anonymous prepaid cards without carrying out systematic due diligence checks shall be reduced to 150 EUR and the due diligence check exemption for online payments shall be confined. Though it should be considered that these restrictions must not be so tight that such cards become unusable in practice. Moreover central registries of the holders of bank accounts shall be set up in the Member States. Finally, increased obligations to declare, and provide access to information on the beneficial ownership of corporate structures, trusts, and similar arrangements, as well as common standards for dealing with financial transactions to and from high-risk third countries shall be introduced. As a result the main lines of the Commission’s proposal shall be supported, with, however, some amendments that aim to strengthen the combat against money laundering and terrorist financing and to ensure the enforcement of fundamental rights also in this issue. To protect the legal economy in times of crisis, there must be no legal loopholes for organised crime to slip through. The current financial system should never function as laundromats for mafia money, or enable the funding of terrorism. In any case the EU institutions in proper cooperation with the Member States must continue to step up their efforts to effectively tackle this highly important matter.
People in the UK are against EU plans for distance road charges per user - Jill Seymour MEP
http://www.ukipmeps.org | Join UKIP: http://ukip.org • European Parliament, Brussels, 02 December 2014 • Jill Seymour MEP, UK Independence Party (UKIP, West Midlands), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group (EFDD) www.jillseymourukip.org - @JSeymourUKIP • Committee on Transport and Tourism (TRAN) • Item on Agenda: 13.0 Exchange of views with Violeta Bulc, Commissioner for Transport • Full session (video) http://www.europarl.europa.eu/ep-live/en/committees/video?event=20141202-0900-COMMITTEE-TRAN ...................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
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EU Cookie Law Presentation
www.cookielaw.org Many website-based services appear to be totally free but are infact getting something from you in return. Creating and operating a website like Facebook takes a huge amount of money and expertise, and yet nobody has to pay to join. Why? - find out why? cookielaw.org
EU 'intransigent approach' could end with no-deal Brexit says Raab!
According to the Brexit Secretary, Dominic Raab, an intransigent approach to negotiations by the EU could increase the risk of a no-deal Brexit. PLEASE SUPPORT MY YOUTUBE WORK ON PATREON: http://bit.ly/2oUVQfm FACEBOOK: @JeffTaylorBrexit LIKE THIS? PLEASE SHARE IT using the url - https://youtu.be/z2ckwbednyw *SUBSCRIBE* to Jeff Taylor Here: https://goo.gl/NyzUPo How to *SUPERCHARGE* your YouTube videos - start for FREE: http://bit.ly/2vbl9z2 Dominic Raab said in the House of Commons today that there is a risk of a no deal Brexit especially if the EU engages in a deliberately intransigent approach. Answering Brexit questions he also said that preparations for a no deal WTO Brexit were progressing, with the recruitment of 300 extra customs personnel and 600 more planned as well as 300,000 letters having been sent to current customs users and 145,000 to VAT registered businesses. Legislation to prepare for such an outcome would also be put before the House in the second week of November he said. The shadow Brexit secretary, Keir Starmer, said it was far too late for no-deal Brexit planning and called the government's preparations 'bluff not planning'. As I've said before, as far as I can see this is all about putting the building blocks in place for the prime Minister's Chequers based Brexit In Name Only deal to be accepted by the country and parliament. One of those building blocks is to scare Tory MPs into either believing that the Chequers deal with all its flaws is better than a no deal WTO Brexit, or that by not backing Chequers the country will find Corbyn at the helm steering us towards the rocks of national bankruptcy. But, and it's a huge but, the Tory Brexiteers are not guaranteed to vote for Chequers and the opposition benches are more likely than not to vote against a Tory proposal on principal alone. If that turns into a government defeat just this side of Christmas and the EU continues down its now well trodden path of intransigence, then no-deal looks more and more likely. As I doubt there will be no time for referendums or general elections to have an effect on that outcome. You have to remember that the EU thinks it has the overwhelming support of the UK civil service and well over half if not three quarters of the members of the Houses of Commons and Lords on its side, with all of them plus the press continually telling the Eurocrats that UK voters have changed their minds and now want to stay in the EU - so of course the EU is going to be difficult all the way down the line. Now is the time for the Tory European Research Group to ensure they have the numbers to vote Chequers down. Moving on to Freedom of expression, the YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki has issued a message to account holders warning them that Article 13 of the Copyright Directive going through the EU law-making process at the moment "...threatens to shut down the ability of millions of people – from creators like you to everyday users – to upload content to platforms like YouTube". But further than that, she also pointed out that this new law would have a detrimental impact on jobs as well as artistic expression. Now, most people would be happy to see copyright holders receive the rewards for their work and recognise that some people use social media to rip off other peoples' work for their own profit. But the Copyright Directive places huge legal and technological burdens on the platforms that host their account holders' material. It would no longer be 'social media' within the reach of the European Union Courts. YouTube for example would become just like a set of TV and radio stations, with no comments allowed or highly moderated at best. Facebook in the EU would just be a big media and big business propaganda outlet and all comments would be fully moderated. Now, EU supporters will say that the legislation is not written that way, it is not meant to stop creativity or memes and fair use etc. My answer to that, is the social media platforms aren't looking at intentions, they are looking at the business and legal risk to themselves. If the onus is now on the owners of such platforms to filter content or face liability, then they will not take chances with grey areas in the law such as those surrounding copyright and the different interpretations in different jurisdictions - straightforward blanket action is far the easier and far the cheaper option and that could include geo-blocking. Those in the European Union who use the likes of YouTube may wake up to a message one day saying that they still have access to their own material while logged, in but that it will not be viewable by anyone else within the EU. Sources: https://news.sky.com/story/dominic-raab-warns-intransigent-eu-could-result-in-no-brexit-deal-11535155 https://youtube-creators.googleblog.com/2018/10/a-final-update-on-our-priorities-for.html
Views: 7393 Jeff Taylor
Better work-life balance: closing the gender employment gap?
A positive work-life balance contributes to a more inclusive labour market, reducing the gender employment gap and raising individuals’ quality of life. Despite some progress, female participation in the workforce is lower than for men and the gap becomes much larger for women with children or caring duties. This is one of the causes of the gender pay gap and gender pensions gap. Quality of life also suffers with the most recent ‘Quality of Life Survey’ by Eurofound showing a general decline since 2011. This is particularly the case for young and middle-aged women, as well as for blue-collar workers and workers with fixed-term contracts. A new EU Directive contains proposals for paternity, parental and carers’ leave. The initiative is strongly linked to the implementation of the principles of the European Pillar of Social Rights, particularly those focusing on gender equality, equal opportunities, work-life balance, childcare and support to children, and long-term care. One objective is to balance responsibilities between men and women, and promote flexible working arrangements that facilitate ongoing participation in the workforce. Stakeholders have been divided over the level of ambition of the proposed measures. The Commission aims to enhance the existing parental leave scheme by facilitating its uptake by women and men through the introduction of new measures on payment, flexibility and non-transferability. The European Parliament has underlined the slow progress of equal opportunities and equal treatment of men and women in matters of employment, highlighting the cumulative impact of gender imbalances in pay, overall earnings, family and caring responsibilities and career patterns on women’s pension entitlements. Euractiv organised a Stakeholder Workshop to discuss the roles and responsibilities of policymakers, employers, civil society and individuals in finding the right work-life balance. Questions included: - Is work life balance a transnational problem or a national concern that should be dealt with by Member States? - To what extent will the Commission’s proposal tackle the problem of lower female participation in the workforce and improve work-life balance? - Does the proposal reflect the nature of the European workforce? Does it cater for the needs of SMEs? Should it include non-formal working arrangements? - How important will this proposal be in changing the structure of the European workforce? Who holds most responsibility for affecting this change? The EU, national governments or businesses? - Is the concept of an ideal work life balance outdated? Should we rather think of ‘healthy integration’ between work and lifestyle?
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😡Tory Plot to Force 'Soft Brexit'😡
PLEASE SUPPORT MY YOUTUBE WORK ON PATREON: http://bit.ly/2oUVQfm FACEBOOK: @JeffTaylorBrexit There are plots afoot within the Tory party to get the Prime Minister to deliver a so-called 'Soft Brexit', which in reality means deliver no Brexit at all! LIKE THIS? PLEASE SHARE IT using the url - https://youtu.be/F3Q7hG4OYHk *SUBSCRIBE* to Jeff Taylor Here: https://goo.gl/NyzUPo How to *SUPERCHARGE* your YouTube videos - start for FREE: http://bit.ly/2vbl9z2 Firstly, my best wishes go to the Royal couple for a happy life together. Now, the PM has been told she must face down the hard-line Brexiteers in her party such as those in the European Research Group (or ERG) headed by Jacob Rees-Mogg, reports the BBC. According to the Beeb, a group of former cabinet ministers is planning a public intervention to try to show that the Conservative parliamentary party would support what they call a "sensible" Brexit. It goes on to say that Justine Greening, Amber Rudd and Damien Green possibly backed by the government chief whip Julian Smith, want the PM to know that she would have enough party support to take on and defeat the hard-line Brexiteers. This group of MPs that stood falsely on a platform of respecting the will of the people, has also, it is reported, won some support among Leave Tory MPs, with one senior Leaver backing this new initiative telling Newsnight: "The prime minister will have to face down the ERG... maybe she also has to sack a cabinet minister." Judging by the article this group of Brexit wreckers (Wrexiteers) want the PM to be comforted by the knowledge that over half her party will back her in any vote of no confidence initiated by the Brexiteers and also that with the numbers of Tory MPs ready to vote down the chance of a no-deal Brexit, the PM could just sign the country up to permanent EU customs union vassal status and keep her job in the process! They then have until the next general election in 2022 to try and engineer a reversal happy in the knowledge that the UK is in the meantime captive and subservient to their EU masters. And all the while they can beaver away on the inside to make sure that whatever form of non-Brexit we do end up with doesn't work. Well, there's only one Brexit and that is the Full Withdrawal of the UK from the EU - a total FWUKEU. And with the way the Conservative Party is now going it will lead to a Full Withdrawal of UK Endorsement for the Tories - a total FWUKET! So there you have it, those in the Westminster bubble once again looking internally at what they want, with no heed for democracy. What will it take for our elected representatives to do what they promised us they would do! Now, calming down, Tory Brexiteer Iain Duncan Smith has said that Theresa May's new backstop plan - that will effectively keep the UK in the EU customs union, must not last more than a couple of months after the transition phase ends. The real point is that while we are in, or aligned, or otherwise engaged with the EU to this extent - we have not left the EU and Brexit has not been achieved. And now Politico tells us that the new real Brexit date will be - now hold your breath - July 2022! Over six years from the date we voted to leave! This will mean that the UK will still be shackled for a further three years between the date it formally leaves the EU on March the 29th 2019 and July 2022 in order to get the border technology in place - and not the extra two months to say Feb 2021 that Iain Duncan Smith was talking about. It just gets longer and longer doesn't it? Theresa May appoints more peers to the House of Lords. Peter Altmaier says the EU will respond to any hint of 'America First' by Donald Trump. UK drivers will still be able to use their existing car insurance policies to drive in the EU after Brexit. Sources: https://order-order.com/2018/05/18/new-peerages/ https://www.politico.eu/article/theresa-may-uk-customs-proposal-is-really-brexit-transition-deal-delayed-further/ https://www.telegraph.co.uk/politics/2018/05/18/theresa-mays-new-brexit-backstop-must-not-last-two-months-says/ https://news.sky.com/story/green-light-for-driving-in-europe-after-brexit-11377771 http://www.cityam.com/286011/if-its-america-first-europe-follow-suit-says-german http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-44175169
Views: 4120 Jeff Taylor
Italian Minister Delays Goal Of Repaying Commercial Debts
Italian Economy Minister Pier Carlo Padoan said in a newspaper interview on Sunday that the country will settle the debt arrears it owes to private sector suppliers by the end of this year, pushing back previous commitments. According to the most recent data from the Bank of Italy, the Italian state owes some $102 billion to private suppliers,. Prime Minister Matteo Renzi promised in March to pay back all the debt arrears by July. In June, the European Commission opened a formal infringement procedure against Italy, because of its failure to comply with the Late Payments Directive-- which orders governments to reduce payment delays to no more than 60 days. http://news.yahoo.com/italian-minister-delays-goal-repaying-commercial-debts-120718112--business.html http://www.wochit.com
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Fifty years on: the injustice that still endures
At a press conference in the European Parliament today (27.05.2015) UKIP and other MEPs from the Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy group expressed their continuing support for the EU thalidomide survivors' campaign. The German pharmaceutical company Grunenthal marketed the drug in the late 1950s as a harmless pain killer, yet thalidomide proved to be the most infamous drug of modern times. The drug caused thousands of foetal deaths and abnormalities worldwide. Evidence has emerged that the trial of Grunenthal was prematurely ended in 1970 with the active participation and encouragement of the German Federal Government. This meant that thousands of victims were, and continue to be, denied the right to the compensation they deserve. EFDD MEPs attended the press conference to show support, and UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe was invited to speak at the press conference. He said,: "An injustice endures 50 years on after the biggest peace time man-made disaster in European history with the abhorrent treatment of the Thalidomide survivors." "We believe that the best way forward is the German Government to allow their ambassadors in Sweden, Italy, Spain and the UK to meet with the representatives of those suffering and reach an honest and fair end to this injustice." Diane James, MEP and UKIP Home Affairs spokesman, added: "Even in the UK we do not have a resolution of the problem and it ought to be a resolution found this year because most of the victims are in their 50s and they should not be another forgotten group who die with their problems unresolved and unrecognised."
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Europe for Creators | Christy Dignam
On September 12th the European Parliament will vote on whether to approve the most significant reform of copyright law in nearly two decades. At the heart of these reforms are proposals to ensure that online platforms which host content uploaded by their users (video and music sharing services) are liable for copyright and must either obtain a licence or block unlicensed content. Over the course of the last year and working closely with our sister organisations throughout Europe, IMRO have been supporting GESAC (who represent authors’ societies across the EU) in calling for an end to the “Transfer of Value” that is benefiting major digital platforms at the expense of creators. This has involved intensive lobbying by IMRO both here in Ireland and in Europe, detailing the situation to our MEPs and seeking their support. This issue is, without a doubt, the most significant battle that our copyright community has had to face in our time. Our campaign seeks to protect the livelihoods of music creators, now and into the future. The international tech industry have been spending millions of Euro lobbing Members of the European Parliament to vote against this Directive. A significant part of their campaign has been based on misinformation and has no basis in fact. It is essential that we secure legislation to make online platforms pay fairly for the use of music creators content and we are calling on Irish MEPs to vote YES on 12th September. https://www.europeforcreators.eu/
Voor EUR 350 miljard aan afgeschreven, oninbare vorderingen - European Payment Index 2013
https://www.intrum.be/nl/business-solutions/newsroom/all-news/wat-is-het-effect-van-vorderingen-afschrijvingen/ - EPI 2013: Europese bedrijven schrijven voor EUR 350 miljard oninbare vorderingen af. Dat komt overeen met 3% van de door Europa gerealiseerde omzet.
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EU aims to control Member State control of pest control - Stuart Agnew MEP
http://www.ukipmeps.org | http://www.ukip.org • European Parliament, Strasbourg, 25 October 2016 • Stuart Agnew MEP, UKIP (Eastern Counties), Europe of Freedom and Direct Democracy Group (EFDD) - http://www.stuartagnewmep.co.uk • Debate: Protective measures against pests of plants - Recommendation for second reading: Anthea McIntyre (A8-0293/2016) Recommendation for second reading on the Council position at first reading with a view to the adoption of a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on protective measures against pests of plants, amending Regulations (EU) No 228/2013, (EU) No 652/2014 and (EU) No 1143/2014 of the European Parliament and of the Council and repealing Council Directives 69/464/EEC, 74/647/EEC, 93/85/EEC, 98/57/EC, 2000/29/EC, 2006/91/EC and 2007/33/EC [08795/2/2016 - C8-0364/2016 - 2013/0141(COD)] Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development .................... • Video: EbS (European Parliament) .................................. • EU Member States: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Estonia, Spain, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
Views: 152 UKIP MEPs
Europe for Creators | Derek Ryan
On September 12th the European Parliament will vote on whether to approve the most significant reform of copyright law in nearly two decades. At the heart of these reforms are proposals to ensure that online platforms which host content uploaded by their users (video and music sharing services) are liable for copyright and must either obtain a licence or block unlicensed content. Over the course of the last year and working closely with our sister organisations throughout Europe, IMRO have been supporting GESAC (who represent authors’ societies across the EU) in calling for an end to the “Transfer of Value” that is benefiting major digital platforms at the expense of creators. This has involved intensive lobbying by IMRO both here in Ireland and in Europe, detailing the situation to our MEPs and seeking their support. This issue is, without a doubt, the most significant battle that our copyright community has had to face in our time. Our campaign seeks to protect the livelihoods of music creators, now and into the future. The international tech industry have been spending millions of Euro lobbing Members of the European Parliament to vote against this Directive. A significant part of their campaign has been based on misinformation and has no basis in fact. It is essential that we secure legislation to make online platforms pay fairly for the use of music creators content and we are calling on Irish MEPs to vote YES on 12th September. https://www.europeforcreators.eu/
I Got Rs.2,5000000 From ESPN Star Cricket
I Got That Email- Dear Winner: Ramkrishna Guin, We wish to congratulate you once again on this note, for being part of the winners selected in this Year 2018 ongoing ESPN STAR CRICKET Mobile hot pick Lottery promotion held in England. “Your Mobile Number" were selected through a computer ballot system with draw number "131" and Ballot number *07* from Nine hundred thousand Mobile Number from Canada, Australia, United States, Asia, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Oceanic as part of our international promotions program which is conducted yearly, we have only selected 20 people as our winners, through electronic ballot System without the winner applying. We felicitate with you and your family and specially for being a citizen of (INDIA). We wish to formally announce to you that you have successfully pass the requirements, statutory obligations, verification, validations and satisfactory report Test conducted for all winners. A winning cheque has been issued in your name by the ESPN STAR CRICKET COMPANY PROMO DEPARTMENT (UK) This is to inform you that is set for the delivery of your winning funds to your home address which you have provide to this office. Our diplomat (DIPLOMAT DAVID MORGAN ) will arrive India to deliver your won price to you and further proceed to Malaysia to deliver other consignment after he must have handed over your won parcel containing a valid cheque of (Two Crores Fifty Lakh INR (Rs.2,50,00,000.00 INR). Your consignment Approve code is (ESPN/REF/HBSHAM/CH/147/LD0). The ESPN delivery Agent, Mr. DAVID MORGAN will be Arriving your country India and you are to provide him a copy of your ID proof (ID CARD/ PASSPORT / VOTERS CARD OR DRIVING LICENSE OR ANY OF YOUR VALID ID PROOF) to enable him identify you before he will deliver your winning prize to you. Your winning consignment contains all of the following items: PARCEL CONTENT One copy of Endorsed Eligibility Winning Certificate ---0.20kg Demand Draft of ( Two Crores Fifty Lakh INR (Rs.2,50,00,000.00/-)----0.10kg Affidavits of Certificate------------------------ 0.10kg Copy of Proof of ownership--------------------- - -- 0.10kg Colour of parcel: ------------------------------ Brown The Diplomat will arrive in your country INDIA Tuesday ( 24 ) April 2018. And you will be contacted by our Delivery Agent And you will be Required to pay the Clearance Fees from the Customs Department which will cost you 25,000 INR as Requested by India Customs for Registration of your Parcel, Then our Delivery Agent will take A local Flight Immediately to your Home Address for Delivery, Please Follow the Instruction of our Delivery Agent so you can Have the Best Delivery. Kindly note that you have to make a cash deposit of Rs. 25,000 INR to India custom before our representative diplomat Mr. David Morgan can leave the airport to your home contact address given to him. You have to confirm your readiness to make the payment of 25,000 INR for the custom charges by filling this form below and send your ID proof (ID CARD/ PASSPORT / VOTERS CARD OR DRIVING LICENSE OR ANY OF YOUR VALID ID to our diplomat email: [email protected] Receiver's Name: Receiver's Address: Mobile Number: A scan copy of your photo ID Proof: NOTE: Please ensure that you co-operate with him and follow his instructions and directives by making the payment of 25,000 INR to the INDIA CUSTOM AUTHORITY to avoid any delay in handing over your winning cheque to you. The Diplomat ( Mr. David Morgan ) will also assist you to any of your local Bank and help you cash your winning cheque upon delivering your cheque to you and take a photographs with you and your family before leaving. I have attached to this email your winning parcel that is about to be delivered to you and a passport copy of Diplomat Mr. David Morgan. The ESPN STAR CRICKET COMPANY LONDON OFFICE (UK) has discovered a huge number of double claims due to winners informing close friends relatives and third parties about their winning and also sharing their pin numbers. As a result of this, these friends try to claim their prize on behalf of the real winners. The ESPN STAR CRICKET COMPANY LONDON UK has reached a decision from headquarters that any double claim discovered by the Promotion Board will result to the cancelling of that particular winning, making a loss for both the double claimer and the real prize beneficiary, as it is taken that the real winner was the informer to the double claimer about the promotion. So you are hereby strongly advised once more to keep your winnings strictly confidential until you claim your prize. Yours faithfully, Dr. Frank Paul, Promotion Manager, 00 44 701 099 5015, (ESPN STAR CRICKET PROMO COORDINATOR)
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Consumer Law: Compliance and Protection Seminar (Dr Mary Donnelly)
Consumer Law: Compliance and Protection Seminar Thursday, 11th December, 2014 University College Cork Twitter: #consumerlaw This event is designed to update legal practitioners and others who work in consumer law and business compliance in respect of current developments in consumer law, including the impact of Competition and Consumer Protection Act 2014 and the application of European Union (Consumer Information, Cancellation and other Rights) Regulations 2013 in the context of online sales. Dr Mary Donnelly, School of Law, University College Cork ‘Consumer Law: the European Agenda’ Consumer Law: the European Agenda 0:06 Commission moves toward Maximum Harmonisation 6:43 Member States fight-back? 10:14 Current Agenda 13:14 ADR as Alternative to Court Procedure 14:03 European Regulation of ADR: current position 15:16 ADR Directive 15:49 Availability 17:26 Accessibility 18:17 Procedural Requirements 19:13 Enforcement 20:27 ODR as a form of ADR 21:45 ODR Regulation in Operation: art. 9 24:48 Mortgages Directive 25:33 Application 27:11 Possible exemptions 27:47 Basic Requirements 28:29 Payment accounts Directive 29:36 Comparability of fees 30:21 Switching Accounts 30:23 Access to Basic Payment Account 30:29
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Trump signs directive in move to create a Space Force
President Donald Trump took a step on Feb. 19, needed for lawmakers to begin the lengthy process of creating a U.S. Space Force, a new branch of the military dedicated to handling threats in space.Trump signed Space Policy Directive 4, which puts in place the foundation for a legislative initiative that could establish a Space Force as a new military service comparable to the U.S. Marines. In an oval office signing ceremony, Trump said the Space Force is a national security priority. The memo directs the Department of Defense “to marshal its space resources to deter and counter threats in space,” through the establishment of Space Force that would be part of the Air Force, according to a draft seen by Reuters. Establishing the Space Force will require Congressional approval. In August, the Trump Administration announced an ambitious plan to usher in the force as the sixth branch of the military by 2020. Space Force would be an armed branch of the military and “include both combat and combat support functions to enable prompt and sustained offensive and defensive space operations,” according to the memo. Air Force chief General David Goldfein, speaking at Brookings, a Washington think tank, said on Tuesday the establishment of Space Force was still a long way off, including “intricate details of how we move forward in establishing this service within the Department of the Air Force.” Goldfein also said “from a war-fighting perspective the most important step that we take going forward, and the one that we need to do the quickest, is to establish a U.S. Space Command as a combatant commander,” a role that would actually command the personnel and materials presented to them by Space Force. The Air Force is the U.S. military branch that currently has responsibility for space. Last year, then Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan had focused on internal Pentagon reform and issues like the creation of a Space Force, an initiative that met with resistance from some lawmakers and others in the Pentagon. Shanahan, now acting Secretary of Defense, had said in 2018 that the proposed Space Force could have an initial budget of less than $5 billion. On Tuesday, a Pentagon official speaking on condition of anonymity said initial start up costs for the Space Force were estimated to be about $72 million. An Air Force cost estimate from earlier last year said Space force would be around $13 billion in the first five years. Read full story: https://www.ntd.com/senate-intelligence-committee-found-no-evidence-of-collusion-between-trump-campaign-and-russia-reports-say_288270.html For more news and videos visit ☛ http://ntd.com Follow us on Twitter ☛ https://twitter.com/news_ntd Add us on Facebook ☛https://www.facebook.com/NTDTelevision/ ---------Credit-------- AP, https://apvideohub.ap.org
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Europe for Creators | Eleanor McEvoy
On September 12th the European Parliament will vote on whether to approve the most significant reform of copyright law in nearly two decades. At the heart of these reforms are proposals to ensure that online platforms which host content uploaded by their users (video and music sharing services) are liable for copyright and must either obtain a licence or block unlicensed content. Over the course of the last year and working closely with our sister organisations throughout Europe, IMRO have been supporting GESAC (who represent authors’ societies across the EU) in calling for an end to the “Transfer of Value” that is benefiting major digital platforms at the expense of creators. This has involved intensive lobbying by IMRO both here in Ireland and in Europe, detailing the situation to our MEPs and seeking their support. This issue is, without a doubt, the most significant battle that our copyright community has had to face in our time. Our campaign seeks to protect the livelihoods of music creators, now and into the future. The international tech industry have been spending millions of Euro lobbing Members of the European Parliament to vote against this Directive. A significant part of their campaign has been based on misinformation and has no basis in fact. It is essential that we secure legislation to make online platforms pay fairly for the use of music creators content and we are calling on Irish MEPs to vote YES on 12th September. https://www.europeforcreators.eu/
MMOs.com Podcast – Episode 156: Article 13, MapleStory 2, Camelot Unchained, & More
Episode 156 of the MMOs.com weekly podcast! TimeStamps in Description! Download the Audio Only version at: https://soundcloud.com/mmomusic/episode-156 TimeStamps: 0:00 Banter / Catchup 0:43 What's the pesky EU up to now? 2:40 Weekly Raid What are your thoughts on the EU Copyright Directive? 23:12 MapleStory 2 Second CBT Begins July 18th 24:40 I want to get lost in an MMORPG 29:25 MMO UIs Suck 33:46 Custom content in MS2 and Player made music 35:10 Fortnite Has the Most Interesting Video Game Story in years 37:20 Storytelling in MMOs is so rigid - one of my most memorable MMO experiences is the Gates of Ahn'Qiraj opening in WoW. 41:40 MMOs should do 1 time events / dungeons / bosses 46:55 Old school Ultima Online screenshot and how it ran so well back in the day 51:07 Ashes of Creation now has over 100 people working on the game. Ashes discussion 1:04:15 Camelot Unchained alpha is delayed a bit 1:08:12 Dark Age of Camelot had some amazingly ambitious PvP Support the MMOs.com Podcast! Use our Amazon Affiliate Link: https://www.amazon.com/?&tag=mmosdotcom-20&camp=0&creative=0&linkCode=ur1&adid=0Y9MXY0HMXB9SVMQ2D7J& https://twitter.com/MMOsdotcom https://www.twitch.tv/mmosdotcom https://www.facebook.com/mmosofficial
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