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Alexandra Geese

Function Member
Phone Brussels+32 2 28 45905
Phone Strasbourg+33 3 88 1 75905
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Brussels
European Parliament
Bât. Altiero Spinelli
08H342
60, rue Wiertz / Wiertzstraat 60
B-1047 Bruxelles/Brussel

Strasbourg
European Parliament
Bât. Winston Churchill
M01041
1, avenue du Président Robert Schuman
CS 91024
F-67070 Strasbourg Cedex

Party Bündnis 90/Die Grünen
CountryGermany
Greens / EFA Group Member
Committees Budgets (Member)
Internal Market and Consumer Protection (Member)
Regional Development (Substitute Member)
Artificial intelligence in a digital age (Special committee) (Member)
Delegations Iraq (Member)
Federative Republic of Brazil (Substitute Member)
Euro-Latin American Parliamentary Assembly (Substitute Member)
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Relevant Articles

People sitting at a table with laptops/ CC0 Headway
People sitting at a table with laptops/ CC0 Headway
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Commission proposal first step to end Wild West of Internet giants

Digital Services Act

We welcome the European Commission's move to end the Wild West style Internet giants and to make online platforms accountable for how they spread content and when they remove content from users.

People sitting at a table with laptops/ CC0 Headway
People sitting at a table with laptops/ CC0 Headway

Put rights and freedoms at the centre of the upcoming Digital Services Act

A blog by MEPs Alexandra Geese, Patrick Breyer and Marcel Kolaja.

The farming population is in freefall, with Europe having lost 50% of its farmers in 20 years. Consumers are demanding healthier food produced as close to home as possible.

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European Parliament votes to overhaul business model of internet platforms

Digital Services Act

The reports on the EU Digital Services Act have been adopted by a large majority. MEPs voted for the European Commission to provide a clear legal framework for online platforms, to set out guidelines for dealing with indications of illegal content and to end the arbitrary blocking and deletion of content by online platforms.

My content my rights

A new EU law on Notice and Action for removal of illegal content online?

Was your online account ever blocked or your content unfairly removed by an online platform? If you felt your rights were violated, share your experience on our “take-down wall of shame”, and empower yourself by contributing to the future EU rules for user rights and big tech.

A new EU law on Notice and Action for removal of illegal content online?

01.10.2020

Website Launch & Online Roundtable

For over a decade, online platforms have been imposing their own arbitrary rules for illegal content...

artificial-intelligence
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A boost for innovation and anti-discrimination

Digital and data strategy/artificial intelligence

The European Commission presented its digital strategy, data strategy and for the first time presented a strategy on artificial intelligence and against discrimination. The digital strategy means that AI that poses limited risks to security and discrimination can be used for purposes that can benefit the public good

Robot © Arseny Togulev
Robot © Arseny Togulev
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Artificial Intelligence

Parliament calls for greater consumer protection

Members of the European Parliament voted Wednesday 12 February for greater consumer protection and oversight of decisions made by artificial intelligence systems, in the resolution "Automated decision-making processes: Ensuring consumer protection and the free movement of goods and services".

Woman with facial recognition graphic on face
Woman with facial recognition graphic on face

Automated Discrimination?

12.12.2019

How to prevent bias in AI and Algorithmic Decision-Making

Artificial intelligence is playing an increasingly important yet invisible role in our everyday lives. The Greens/EFA Digital Working Group invites you to a hearing on 12 December 2019 to discuss the societal impact of automated decision-making processes with a special focus on discrimination.