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Published on
March 2, 2016

Presenting Progress to Member States

On March 1, 2016, Bertrand de La Chapelle presented the work of Internet & Jurisdiction before the EU Council’s Working Group on E-law (e-Justice) in Brussels. As part of the smi-annual European e-Justice Action Plan 2014-2018, the Working Party on e-Law uses new communication and information technologies to simplify judicial procedures and to provide European and national juridical information in the through the e-Justice portal.

Bertrand de La Chapelle updated EU Member States about the pioneering efforts of  Internet & Jurisdiction, which engages more than 100 entities from the different stakeholder groups around the world to develop innovative legal mechanisms in order to preserve the global character of the Internet and ensure due process across borders.