Telecoms package directives 1st reading

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Political Memory: Directives reforming the EU's regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services (telecoms package), 1st reading

Vote on texts Rapport Trautmann ("Authorisation", "Access" and "Framework" directives) / Rapport Harbour ("Universal Service" and "ePrivacy" directives), on 24/09/2008, results of rollcall votes on parts detailed below.

Results

Mean score of the European Parliament: 49.5/100

Rollcall Votes

  • am. 98/2: Imposition of restrictions on access to services and applications that endangers net neutrality - recommendation: against, coefficient: 1
  • am. 120: Deletion of relation with EUCD and IPRED which is out-of-scope - recommendation: for, coefficient: 1
  • am. 138/1: Obligation for a ruling by judicial authorities before applying any restriction to end-users' fundamental rights, except for public security, preventing from 3-strikes approach - recommendation: for, coefficient: 5
  • am. 133/rév.: No technology mandate for Internet filtering - recommendation: for, coefficient: 4
  • am. 30/1: Define when IP address are considered as personal data or not - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 34: Asks for a Community legislation to define when IP address are considered as personal data or not - recommendation: against, coefficient: 4
  • am. 62/2: Obligation that contracts with ISPs include restrictions to access, use or distribute lawful content or to run lawful applications and services - recommendation: against, coefficient: 2
  • am. 62/4: Obligation that contracts with ISPs include restrictions on the use of terminal equipment - recommendation: against, coefficient: 2
  • am. 67/2: Obligation that contracts with ISPs include any information provided by the relevant public authorities on the use of electronic communications networks and services to engage in unlawful activities or to disseminate harmful content - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 75/2: Obligation that ISPs be imposed by national regulatory authorities to inform subscribers of any change to any restrictions imposed by the undertaking on their ability to access, use or distribute lawful content or run lawful applications and services of their choice - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 76/2: Obligation that national regulatory authorities inform subscribers of the most common uses of electronic communications services to engage in unlawful activities or to disseminate harmful content, particularly where it may prejudice respect for the rights and freedoms of others, including infringements of copyright and related right, and their consequences - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 112: Promotion of cooperation between ISP and cultural industries, implicitely opening doors to a 3-strikes approach - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 117: Promotion of out-of-courts procedures - recommendation: against, coefficient: 1
  • ams. 155+172: Guarantee of access as far as possible instead of restrictiion to access in national regulatory authorities' guidelines - recommendation: for, coefficient: 3
  • am. 193: Opens doors to standardisation of DRMs even if notion to "lawfulness" have been deleted - recommendation: against, coefficient: 2
  • am. 173: Limitation of restrictions required by national regulatory authorities to ISPs to security and integrity - recommendation: for, coefficient: 2
  • am. 101: Restrictions required by national regulatory authorities to ISPs - recommendation: against, coefficient: 2
  • am. 166: Garantee of access to content, services and application - recommendation: for, coefficient: 4
  • am. 156: Definition of security by "integrity, confidentiality and availability" (like preambule of Budapest Convention on Cybercrime) - recommendation: for, coefficient: 2
  • am. 187/rév.: Notification of users about breaches of security concerning thier personal data, whatever NRAs or ISPs deem necessary - recommendation: for, coefficient: 1
  • am. 181: Limitation of the processing of traffic data - recommendation: for, coefficient: 3
  • am. 179: Extension of restrictions to the protection of the rights and freedoms of others (including IPR) - recommendation: against, coefficient: 2
  • am. 186/rév.: Report of Commission about use of IP addresses as personal data based on an in-depth study - recommendation: for, coefficient: 3
  • ams. 157+163+174: Protection software for prevention of access to unsuitable content to children and vulnerable people and limitation of the use of traffic monitoring data to the user - recommendation: for, coefficient: 2
  • am. 9: Information from national authorities, with cooperation of ISPs, about copyright infringement, other unlawful uses and dissemination of harmful content, implicitely opening doors to a 3-strikes approach - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 191/2: Information from national authorities, with cooperation of ISPs, about copyright infringement, other unlawful uses and dissemination of harmful content, implicitely opening doors to a 3-strikes approach - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 11: Limitation of content that end-users are abled to send and receive to "lawful" content - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 177/1: "Lawfulness" decided by relevant authorities of the Member States - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 194: "Lawfulness" decided by relevant authorities of the Member States, without responsability from ISPs - recommendation: against, coefficient: 3
  • am. 192/3: Prevention against systematic and proactive surveillance of Internet usage - recommendation: for, coefficient: 4

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