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Terrorist content online: Tackling online terrorist propaganda

09-03-2020

Dissemination of terrorist content is one of the most widespread and most dangerous forms of misuse of online services in the field of internal security. In line with the 2015 European agenda on security and taking into account the impact of this propaganda on the radicalisation, recruitment and training of terrorists, the European Commission launched a voluntary system for tackling terrorism online, based on guidelines and recommendations. However, given the limitations of the method, on 12 September ...

Dissemination of terrorist content is one of the most widespread and most dangerous forms of misuse of online services in the field of internal security. In line with the 2015 European agenda on security and taking into account the impact of this propaganda on the radicalisation, recruitment and training of terrorists, the European Commission launched a voluntary system for tackling terrorism online, based on guidelines and recommendations. However, given the limitations of the method, on 12 September 2018 the Commission then adopted a proposal for a regulation preventing the dissemination of terrorist content online. While the Council rapidly reached a position on the proposal, in December 2018, the European Parliament adopted its first-reading position in April 2019. Following the European elections, interinstitutional trilogue negotiations then began in autumn 2019, with a new rapporteur.

Explosives precursors: Fighting the misuse of chemicals by terrorists

13-03-2019

Since 2008, in line with its action plan to enhance the security of explosives, the European Union has considered regulating chemicals that could be used to produce homemade explosives to be a priority. A first legislative act in this regard – Regulation (EU) No 98/2013 on the marketing and use of explosives precursors – was adopted in 2013. The 2015 Paris and 2016 Brussels terrorist attacks and their operating modes, which were based on the use of homemade explosives, led to an assessment of the ...

Since 2008, in line with its action plan to enhance the security of explosives, the European Union has considered regulating chemicals that could be used to produce homemade explosives to be a priority. A first legislative act in this regard – Regulation (EU) No 98/2013 on the marketing and use of explosives precursors – was adopted in 2013. The 2015 Paris and 2016 Brussels terrorist attacks and their operating modes, which were based on the use of homemade explosives, led to an assessment of the efficiency of the 2013 regulation. To take into account existing challenges, and increase stakeholders' ability to implement and enforce restrictions and controls under the regulation, the European Commission launched its revision in February 2017. On 17 April 2018, it adopted a proposal for a new regulation on explosives precursors. Following trilogue negotiations, an agreement between the European Parliament and the Council was reached on 5 February 2019. The Parliament's Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs (LIBE), approved the agreed text on 19 February 2019. The vote in plenary is due to take place in April 2019. First edition. The 'EU Legislation in Progress' briefings are updated at key stages throughout the legislative procedure.

Victims of terrorism

01-03-2019

The European Day of Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism has been established as 11 March each year, marking the Madrid bombings in 2004. The protection of victims of terrorism constitutes an essential part of the EU’s action to address all dimensions of the terrorist threat. Following the wave of terror that has hit Europe in recent years, rules and sanctions related to terrorist activities have been strengthened, while better protection and support to victims of terrorism is being ensured through ...

The European Day of Remembrance of Victims of Terrorism has been established as 11 March each year, marking the Madrid bombings in 2004. The protection of victims of terrorism constitutes an essential part of the EU’s action to address all dimensions of the terrorist threat. Following the wave of terror that has hit Europe in recent years, rules and sanctions related to terrorist activities have been strengthened, while better protection and support to victims of terrorism is being ensured through action at EU level.

Rapport de la commission spéciale sur le terrorisme

05-12-2018

Le Parlement européen a créé en 2017 une commission spéciale sur le terrorisme pour mieux répondre aux inquiétudes des citoyens européens et pour se pencher sur les questions liées à la lutte contre le terrorisme aux niveaux européen et national. Les conclusions et recommandations contenues dans le rapport de la commission, qui doit être débattu lors de la séance plénière de décembre, s’intéresse aux actions législatives et concrètes pouvant être mise en œuvre contre le terrorisme en Europe et émet ...

Le Parlement européen a créé en 2017 une commission spéciale sur le terrorisme pour mieux répondre aux inquiétudes des citoyens européens et pour se pencher sur les questions liées à la lutte contre le terrorisme aux niveaux européen et national. Les conclusions et recommandations contenues dans le rapport de la commission, qui doit être débattu lors de la séance plénière de décembre, s’intéresse aux actions législatives et concrètes pouvant être mise en œuvre contre le terrorisme en Europe et émet un certain nombre de recommandations, en particulier au sujet de la coopération et d’échange d’informations entre différents acteurs.

Contrôles d’argent liquide entrant dans l’Union ou sortant de l’Union

05-09-2018

En 2016, dans ses conclusions sur la lutte contre le financement du terrorisme, le Conseil soulignait combien il importe de prendre des mesures contre les mouvements d’argent liquide illicites et demandait instamment à la Commission de réviser le règlement relatif aux contrôles de l’argent liquide. La proposition de la Commission de 2017 visait à combler les lacunes de la législation en place, notamment en ce qui concerne la définition de l’argent liquide et les différents mouvements transfrontaliers ...

En 2016, dans ses conclusions sur la lutte contre le financement du terrorisme, le Conseil soulignait combien il importe de prendre des mesures contre les mouvements d’argent liquide illicites et demandait instamment à la Commission de réviser le règlement relatif aux contrôles de l’argent liquide. La proposition de la Commission de 2017 visait à combler les lacunes de la législation en place, notamment en ce qui concerne la définition de l’argent liquide et les différents mouvements transfrontaliers. L’accord provisoire conclu par le Conseil et le Parlement sur le projet de règlement en mai 2018 doit être mis aux voix par le Parlement en première lecture lors de sa session plénière de septembre.

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