Effie Awards Europe 2021 Jury Announced

This year’s jury is composed of almost 100 industry professionals from 24 European countries.

EFFIE AWARDS EUROPE

The call for entries for the 2021 competition is now open! Check out new categories and mark the entry deadlines in your calendar!

WELCOME TO EACA, THE HOME OF

COMMUNICATIONS AGENCIES IN EUROPE

WELCOME TO EACA, THE HOME OF COMMUNICATIONS AGENCIES IN EUROPE

What we do

We represent the interests of communications agencies in Europe.

EACA offers a broad range of educational
and training tools.
 EACA runs two advertising awards annually: the Effie Awards Europe and the IMC Awards.

New IAB Report Highlights the Risks of a Proposed Ban on Targeted Advertising

A new report has found that a proposed blanket ban on targeted advertising could have a disproportionate impact on small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the EU and hurt Europe’s digital recovery from the COVID-19 crisis.

Digital Markets Act: Full Speed Ahead?

As the debate around the Digital Markets Act (DMA) reaches new highs, the rapporteur for the Act, Dr. Andreas Schwab, believes one thing is clear: “we have to get on with it.” Schwab made this point during the webinar “The Digital Markets Act: Key Questions for Parliament”, hosted by Mozilla on 13 September. He was joined by BEUC’s Vanessa Turner and Mozilla’s Mika Shah.

OECD Protecting children in the digital age

Children today are spending more time online and engaging with the digital environment through various devices. Recent estimates suggest that one in three Internet users is a child and that children in Europe spend between 134 and 219 minutes a day online. The effect of rapid technological developments on children underlines the need for policy to keep pace.

EACA co-signs industry letter to oppose targeted ads ban

EACA co-signs industry letter to oppose targeted ads ban

Artificial Intelligence – EACA submits feedback on Commission proposal

In our comment, we highlight that some of the concepts used in the proposal for an AI regulation remain rather vague and would merit further clarification in order for providers to better understand what is expected from them and to ensure legal certainty.

EACA reacts to the proposed ban on targeted advertising in LIBE

The European Parliament’s civil liberties committee (LIBE) will be voting on compromise amendments and its draft opinion on the Digital Services Act this week. In this context, Members of the European Parliament (MEPs) have called for a ban on advertising. EACA members are highly alarmed by such call, which call into question existing EU privacy and data protection rules.

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