Directive (EU) of the European Parliament and of the Council of on credit agreements for <a href="https://hottestwomen.net/no/dominikansk-kvinne/">MГёt Dominikanere -damer</a> consumers and repealing Directive /EC

(64) This Regulation respects the fundamental rights and observes the principles recognised in particular by the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (the ‘Charter’). In particular, this Regulation seeks to ensure full respect for the right to equality between women and men and the right to non-discrimination based on sex, racial or ethnic origin, religion or belief, disability, age or sexual orientation, and to promote the application of Articles 21 and 23 of the Charter. [. ] Article 2 Definitions (25) ‘people with fewer opportunities’ means people who, for economic, social, cultural, geographical or health reasons, due to their migrant background, or for reasons such as disability or educational difficulties or for any other reason, including a reason that could give rise to discrimination under Article 21 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, face obstacles that prevent them from having effective access to opportunities under the Programme;

In line with Article 13 of the Charter, it should also be ensured that academic freedom is respected by the countries receiving funds under the Programme

(11) Article 169(1) and Article 169(2), point (a), TFEU provide that the Union is to contribute to the attainment of a high level of consumer protection through measures adopted pursuant to Article 114 TFEU. Article 38 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union (‘the Charter’) provides that Union policies are to ensure a high level of consumer protection. [. ] (31) Consumers who are legally resident in the Union should not be discriminated against on the ground of their nationality or place of residence, or on any ground as referred to in Article 21 of the Charter when requesting, concluding or holding a credit agreement within the Union. This is without prejudice to the possibility of offering different conditions of access to a credit where those different conditions are duly justified by objective criteria. Moreover, this should not be understood as creating an obligation for creditors or credit intermediaries to provide services in areas in which they do not conduct business. [. ] Article 6 Non-discrimination Member States shall ensure that the conditions to be fulfilled for being granted a credit do not discriminate against consumers legally resident in the Union on ground of their nationality or place of residence or on any ground as referred to in Article 21 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union, when those consumers request, conclude or hold a credit agreement within the Union.

This Regulation shall be without prejudice to Directives /EC and /EU

Article 1 Subject matter and scope 1. This Regulation lays down uniform rules to address the misuse of hosting services for the dissemination to the public of terrorist content online, in particular on: (a) reasonable and proportionate duties of care to be applied by hosting service providers in order to address the dissemination to the public of terrorist content through their services and ensure, where necessary, the expeditious removal of or disabling of access to such content; (b) the measures to be put in place by Member States, in accordance with Union law and subject to suitable safeguards to protect fundamental rights, in particular the freedom of expression and information in an open and democratic society, in order to: (i) identify and ensure the expeditious removal of terrorist content by hosting service providers; and (ii) facilitate cooperation among the competent authorities of Member States, hosting service providers and, where appropriate, Europol. 2. This Regulation applies to hosting service providers offering services in the Union, irrespective of their place of main establishment, insofar as they disseminate information to the public. 3. Material disseminated to the public for educational, journalistic, artistic or research purposes or for the purposes of preventing or countering terrorism, including material which represents an expression of polemic or controversial views in the course of public debate, shall not be considered to be terrorist content. An assessment shall determine the true purpose of that dissemination and whether material is disseminated to the public for those purposes. 4. This Regulation shall not have the effect of modifying the obligation to respect the rights, freedoms and principles referred to in Article 6 TEU and shall apply without prejudice to fundamental principles relating to freedom of expression and information, including freedom and pluralism of the media. 5. For audiovisual media services as defined in point (a) of Article 1(1) of Directive /EU, Directive /EU shall prevail.