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''Thanks to improve this part with opinions from Ignasi GUARDANS CAMBÓ about Squaring the Net concerned issues (see page [[Help:Political_Memory]] to know how to do it).''
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* 02/09/2008 - Brussels [[http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?pubRef=-//EP//TEXT+CRE+20080902+ITEM-010+DOC+XML+V0//EN&language=EN Telecoms Package Plenary Speeches]]
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(Rapporteur of the opinion of the Committee on Culture and Education)
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<blockquote>Committee on Culture has taken this subject very seriously from the
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beginning, because one cannot legislate on electronic network or on
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spectrum while ignoring the reality of content that circulate on
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networks or use spectrum. This cannot be achieved only with pure
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technical concerns, nor economical ones, that would not take into
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account of the goals of the cultural policy and defense of diversity.
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The reality of a digital world forces us to work together, television
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operators and electronic services providers, and to legislate to
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promote an internal market for telecommunications, which has become
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inseparable from the audiovisual market.
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We also need a balanced response to the problem of unlawful content
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on Internet, that makes everyone faces his responsibility in a fight
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that should interest everybody in order to protect both children and
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culture as we know it.
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Therefore I support these texts as a whole as they've reached this
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stage and I hope that our debate and the final vote won't be infected
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by not informed enough external pressures.
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</blockquote>

Revision as of 03:55, 5 October 2008

Political Memory: Ignasi GUARDANS CAMBÓ, MEP

Ignasi GUARDANS CAMBÓ

General Data

Contact

  • Parlement européen
    Bâtiment Altiero Spinelli 08G154
    60, rue Wiertz, 1047 Bruxelles
    Tel.: +32 2 28 45 608/+32 2 28 47 608
    Fax: +32 2 28 49 608
  • Parlement européen
    Bâtiment Winston Churchill M02111
    1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman - CS 91024, 67070 Strasbourg Cedex
    Tel.: +33 3 88 175 608/+33 3 88 177 608
    Fax: +33 3 88 179 608
  • Calle Còrsega, 333, 08037 Barcelona

Functions in European Parliament

  • Committee on International Trade (Vice-Chairman)
  • Delegation for relations with the countries of south-east Europe (Member)
  • Committee on Culture and Education (Substitute)
  • Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (Substitute)
  • Delegation for relations with the United States (Substitute)
  • Degree in law (University of Navarre); doctorate in law. Deputy Director of the European Documentation Centre (Pamplona, 1987-1992). Lecturer in international private law (University of Navarre, 1988-1992; University of Barcelona, 1992-1996; and Abat Oliba Study Centre). Lawyer (Barcelona, since 1993). (Curriculum vitae)
  • Member of the National Council (Convergència Democràtica de Catalunya, 1995). (Curriculum vitae)
  • Member of the Catalan Regional Parliament (1995). Member of the Congress of Deputies (1996-2004). Spokesman for the CiU party on various committees, including the Joint Committee on the European Union (1996-2004), the Committee on Foreign Affairs (1996-2004) and the Committee on Education and Culture (200-2004). (Curriculum vitae)
  • Member of COSAC (1996-2004). Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe. Member of the Assembly of the Western European Union (1998-2004). (Curriculum vitae)
  • Member of the International Bar Association, the Círculo de Economía and the Center for International Legal Studies' Congress of Fellows, among other social and professional bodies. (Curriculum vitae)
  • Member of the Order of Civil Merit. (Curriculum vitae)

Curriculum Vitae

  • Degree in law (University of Navarre)
  • Doctorate in law
  • Deputy Director of the European Documentation Centre (Pamplona, 1987-1992)
  • Lecturer in international private law (University of Navarre, 1988-1992
  • University of Barcelona, 1992-1996
  • And Abat Oliba Study Centre)
  • Lawyer (Barcelona, since 1993)
  • Member of the National Council (Convergència Democràtica de Catalunya, 1995)
  • Member of the Catalan Regional Parliament (1995)
  • Member of the Congress of Deputies (1996-2004)
  • Spokesman for the CiU party on various committees, including the Joint Committee on the European Union (1996-2004), the Committee on Foreign Affairs (1996-2004) and the Committee on Education and Culture (200-2004)
  • Member of COSAC (1996-2004)
  • Member of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe
  • Member of the Assembly of the Western European Union (1998-2004)
  • Member of the International Bar Association, the Círculo de Economía and the Center for International Legal Studies' Congress of Fellows, among other social and professional bodies
  • Member of the Order of Civil Merit

Votes


Opinions

Sources

Positions

Thanks to improve this part with opinions from Ignasi GUARDANS CAMBÓ about Squaring the Net concerned issues (see page Help:Political_Memory to know how to do it).

(Rapporteur of the opinion of the Committee on Culture and Education)

Committee on Culture has taken this subject very seriously from the

beginning, because one cannot legislate on electronic network or on spectrum while ignoring the reality of content that circulate on networks or use spectrum. This cannot be achieved only with pure technical concerns, nor economical ones, that would not take into account of the goals of the cultural policy and defense of diversity. The reality of a digital world forces us to work together, television operators and electronic services providers, and to legislate to promote an internal market for telecommunications, which has become inseparable from the audiovisual market.

We also need a balanced response to the problem of unlawful content on Internet, that makes everyone faces his responsibility in a fight that should interest everybody in order to protect both children and culture as we know it.

Therefore I support these texts as a whole as they've reached this stage and I hope that our debate and the final vote won't be infected by not informed enough external pressures.