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European Cyber Security Month (ECSM) is a European Union advocacy campaign supported by DG CONNECT and ENISA, the European Agency for Network and Information Security. Its purpose is to promote cyber security among citizens, to change their perception of cyber-threats and provide up to date security information, through education and sharing good practices.
The Consumer and Competition Day took place in Luxembourg on September 21, 2015. This was an event organised by the Luxembourg Presidency. The conference, which was focused on strategic priorities for a digital market, put forward by the European Commission on May 6, 2015, brought together representatives from the Commission, the European Parliament, competition authorities and Member State authorities , business representatives and also consumer associations. Geoblocking and improvements to access to digital goods and services for consumers and businesses were at the centre of this first round table.
After a first round table devoted to geoblocking, the second part of the Consumer and Competition Day, held on 21 September 2015 in Luxembourg, focused on online platforms and their role as "marketplaces". Such platforms, the importance of which is found to be growing for the future digital single market, fulfil a variety of functions (online shops, social networks or price comparison sites) but raise questions about their nature (retailers, intermediate service hosts), their liability in the case of disputes and possible distortions of competition.