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GPSR and DSA mark a turning point for product safety, but the liability gap needs closing
Euroconsumers work with authorities and online marketplaces to make sure when unsafe products are found, they are taken down. But a new liability regime is urgently needed to close current product safety gaps.
CircThread: consumers tell us what they need to make circular solutions work
Euroconsumers CircThread survey shows detailed consumer insight is vital if we want to shift to a circular, sustainable economy.
Digital Services Act: can the DSA hold back consumer harm online?
Passed in July 2022 and expected to take effect next year, the Digital Services Act (DSA) and Digital Markets Act (DMA) mark a significant milestone in EU digital regulation. We consider its main features and compare it to efforts in other jurisdictions.
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International Repair Day: get Repair Scores right to guide consumer choices
On International Repair Day, Euroconsumers member Test Achats says governments considering product ‘Repair Scores’ must get the detail right. Only the best quality information can drive better product repairability.
CLEAR-X collective purchase scheme launches a new wave of home energy efficiency
Collective purchase schemes could be a game changer by getting high quality, energy efficiency products into households at specially negotiated prices. Euroconsumers’ Deco Proteste is part of the CLEAR-X project leading collective buying across Europe.
EU Cyber Resilience Act: will the Hackable Home finally be secured?
Euroconsumers welcomes the European Commission’s new Cyber Resilience Act as a major step in securing consumer IoT. But to see the end of the Hackable Home, we need smart systems to be secured for the long term.