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By clicking on the links below you can contact all MEPs from your country and the Ministries that are responsible in your country.

 


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>> Explain what you think about the privacy and data protection in general.
>> Explain what you think about changes in the interest of users or in the interest of the industry.
>> Ask about the position of your MEPs and Governments. Do they want stronger or weaker data protection?
>> Ask about the concrete changes your MEPs and Governments have pushed for.
>> Try to give “quality feedback” by e.g. linking to pages, articles or NGOs that raised the issues you are concerned about.
 

 

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LINKS & MORE INFORMATION

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THE EUROPEAN DATA PROTECTION REFORM
EU citizens enjoy a fundamental right to data protection. The EU Commission has now proposed a new law that would replace the existing 27 data protection laws in the Member States which regulate data privacy  online and offline. The new law is intended to update the current EU  directive from 1995 which is said to be outdated given the rapid  developments of the past 20 years. While the core of the old law is  kept, there shall be additional rights for users, less bureaucracy for  businesses and heavy fines of up to 2% of a company’s turnover.

YOUR REPRESENTATIVES
The proposed law is now before the European Parliament and the Council of the European Union. Both bodies have to agree on a final version of the law. In the European Parliament we are represented through Members of the European Parliament€¯ (MEPs), which can be contacted by any concerned citizen. The lead committee in the European Parliament (“LIBE”€¯) is having its final  vote on the law on 29 May 2013. Currently more than 3.100 changes are  proposed. The Council represents the 27 Member States through their National Governments, you can always let them know what you think.

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INFORMATION BY THE EUROPEAN COMMISSION

>> MINI WEBSITE by the European Commission
>> MAIN PAGE on the reform package by the European Commission
>> YouTube Video by the European Commission
 

DOCUMENTS BY THE COMMISSION AND PARLIAMENT

>> Proposed Regulation (PDF) by the European Commission
>> 3.133 Proposed Amendments (PDF) by the European Parliament

 

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INFORMATION BY PRIVACY NGOs

>> Key Issues (PDF) by EDRi - Lists Key Concerns for Privacy
>> PrivacyCampaign.eu by EDRi - Lists all National Campaigns in Europe and Key Issues
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NakedCitizens.eu - Send postcards to your MEPs and get more information
>> Dossier on Privacy by La Quadrature du Net - General Overview and many Links
>> Data Protection Page by the Open Rights Group - General Overview
>> LobbyPlag.eu - Shows how MEPs copy/paste Data Protection Laws from Lobbyists

 

Are there more? Send us an e-mail at mail@EUDataP.info

 

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INFORMATION BY INDUSTRY GROUPS

>> Industry Coalition for Data Protection (Information by EuroISPA)
>> Digital Europe on the Reform
>> AmCham EU on Data Protection

>> Industry Lobby Papers were published by LQDN, Pirat Party and evf (PDF)

 

 

Are there more? Send us an e-mail at mail@EUDataP.info

FAQs

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WHY ARE THE “CONTACT”-BUTTONS NOT WORKING FOR ME?
The buttons above are using “mailto:”-Links. This means the addresses are handed over to your e-mail client and we do not get any of your personal information.
If you do not have an e-mail client installed (e.g. because you are using webmail services) the links are not functioning for you.
We are soon updating the page to allow you to use the page as well.
 

HOW CAN I REPORT A MISTAKE? / HOW CAN I SUBMIT MISSING ADDRESSES?
We are more than happy if you can send us updates and hints at mail@EUDataP.info.
If you have the time to translate this page to other languages it would be great if you could also contact us.
 

WHY DON’T YOU HAVE A STANDARD TEXT THAT I CAN SEND?
We do not want to “spam” MEPs and Governments with standard mails. We only want to give citizens who do not know who to contact a way to find the right addresses.
 

WHAT IS THE IDEA BEHIND THIS PAGE?
We had to find out that only industry lobbyists and some NGOs know who to contact in Brussels, when it comes to the EU Data Protection Reform. The page’s name “EUDataP” is taken from the hashtag the “insiders” are using on twitter. We think it is necessary for a democratic discussion to allow anyone to access the relevant representatives. The aim of this page is to open a door into what is often perceived as a “Brussles Bubble” by citizens. In the end MEPs and Governments are not representing industries or NGOs, but the people. So the people must have a chance to join the conversation and to be heard.

 

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