Leading consumer and digital rights organizations across the globe welcome the recent announcement by the U.S. government, indicating that it is withdrawing support from controversial data flows and source code rules in the Joint Statement Initiative on e-commerce. We call on other governments to take this opportunity to reassess their own digital trade policy and better protect their citizens.
It’s 2024 and unbelievably companies continue misleading consumers with false green claims in a shady attempt to raise their profits. […]
It is high time to rethink digital trade policies to fully preserve people’s fundamental rights Leading consumer and digital rights […]
Finn Myrstad, the Director of Consumer Policy at the Norwegian Consumer Council and co-chair of the TACD Digital Policy Committee, alongside Charlotte Slaiman, Vice President at Public Knowledge, have been honored with the prestigious Mozilla Rise 25 Award. This distinguished accolade is bestowed upon individuals who make significant contributions toward fostering an ethical, responsible, and inclusive internet.
Rhoda, known as the Grande Dame of the international consumer movement died peacefully at home on the 4th of August, […]
On June 27, 2023, the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD) hosted its public forum marking the first in-person event since 2019, […]
When governments adopt new legislation, they need to check if their plan is in line with international agreements they signed […]
Over the last months there has been an explosion of services driven by generative artificial intelligence. Consumer organizations in EU […]
This blog was posted on the Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Brussels’ office website. We’re at a climate tipping point, yet international trade rules […]
Our lives are dominated by products and technologies which are interconnected and increasingly automated and adaptive. The shift towards the […]