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Policy documents

CENTR policy development rules foresee three main mechanisms to respond to a request, international statement or document, define best practices or position the membership on administrative, legal and technical issues. In the EU context, this would apply, e.g., to Commission proposals, European Parliament reports, or Council statements.

CENTR policy development mechanisms:

  • Board of Director Statements (fast track)
  • CENTR Comment
  • CENTR Position

 

DNS ABUSE

CENTR Comment on the DNS Abuse Study (30 March 2022)

 

CYBERSECURITY

 

CENTR comment on the Proposal for a Directive on measures for a high common level of cybersecurity across the Union, repealing Directive (EU) 2016/1148 (‘NIS2’) (5 May 2021)

CENTR Board statement on the Inception Impact Assessment on the Europol Regulation (23 June 2020)

CENTR Issue Paper on DNS over HTTPs (17 June 2019)

CENTR Board Statement on the EU Cybersecurity Act (26 November 2018)

 

ONLINE CONTENT

CENTR response to the public consultation on improving compliance with consumer rights across the EU (22 June 2022)

CENTR Board Statement on the call for evidence on an EU Toolbox against counterfeiting (28 February 2022)

CENTR comment on the Proposal for a Regulation on a Single Market For Digital Services (Digital Services Act) and amending Directive 2000/31/EC (30 March 2021)

CENTR Comment on the public consultation on the Digital Services Act (1 September 2020)

 

eEVIDENCE

CENTR response on the draft text of the Second Additional Protocol to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime (29 April 2021)

CENTR Comment on the Proposal on e-Evidence (26 March 2019)

CENTR response on the provisional draft text of the Second Additional Protocol to the Budapest Convention on Cybercrime (14 December 2020)

 

GEOGRAPHIC NAMES

Comments to Work Track 5 on Geographic Names at the Top Level - Supplemental Initial Report of the New gTLD Subsequent Procedures Policy Development Process (17 January 2019)