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Together Against Counterfeiting Alliance publishes its recommendations on the Digital Services Act (DSA)

14 April 2021 - The Together Against Counterfeiting (TAC) Alliance publishes its key recommendations on the Digital Services Act (DSA) proposal and calls on Members of the European Parliament and the Member States to raise the level of ambition of the text in the upcoming legislative negotiations, to fully ensure a counterfeit-free online environment.

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The Together Against Counterfeiting (TAC) Alliance publishes its key recommendations on the Digital Services Act (DSA) proposal and calls on Members of the European Parliament and the Member States to raise the level of ambition of the text in the upcoming legislative negotiations, to fully ensure a counterfeit-free online environment.

As legislative work on the Digital Services Act (DSA) proposal has started in the Council and the European Parliament, the Together Against Counterfeiting (TAC) Alliance, which brings together nearly 100 companies across all industrial sectors and over 20 trade associations and NGOs, wishes to outline its position. The text represents a good step forward to ensure a safe and trustworthy e-commerce. However, many improvements are needed to effectively curb the growing sales of counterfeits on the Internet.

Our recommendations are available here: TAC recommendations on the DSA

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The Together Against Counterfeiting (TAC) Alliance brings together almost 100 companies from all industrial sectors, with the support of over 20 trade associations and NGOs. Our purpose is to raise awareness about the impact of the worrying growth of counterfeiting and push for the adoption of immediate, horizontal and ambitious legislative solutions at European level.

Learn more about us: www.tacalliance.eu

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Thomas Barros-Tastets

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Maïssane Lahmar-Savage

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