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CEPIS is the representative body of national informatics associations throughout greater Europe​. We seek to promote best practice for IT professionals and users throughout Europe.

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Why CEPIS Welcomes Amendments to EU’s Rules Combatting Child Sexual Abuse

31 October 2023
We are a step closer to protecting the rights of people in Europe to confidential and secure digital communication, after a committee in the European Parliament has amended the proposed new rules to prevent and combat child sexual abuse, removing provisions that would have seen indiscriminate surveillance of the content of all communications. Explore our thoughts on the matter!
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CEPIS suggests improvements on amendment to eIDAS regulation

28 November 2023
CEPIS Legal and Security Issues expert group has produced a position paper on the version of the eIDAS regulation as published after the trilogue. It aims to provide a short analysis of the improvements in 3 problematic areas and the remaining deficiencies and corresponding open issues. It concludes with some proposals for improvements possible at this point in time.
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Berlin Conference to Seek Practical Ways to Retain Women in Tech Workforce

30 January 2024
Join us on 14 May in Berlin for the 'Stay in Tech' conference to try to find solutions to the lack of meaningful progress in retaining female tech talent!
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Agreement Reached on European AI Act

12 December 2023
EU lawmakers reached an agreement on the text of the AI Act on Friday 9 December, following a marathon negotiating session between the European Parliament, European Commission, and Member States. The Act is based on regulating more harmful uses of AI more strictly, with a lighter touch for less risky cases. 
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