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||Online Service Providers and the European Trend Towards an Unsafe Harbour — The introduction of the safe harbour regime in the E-commerce Directive in the early 2000s sought to provide online service providers (“OSPs”) with a measure of immunity from liability arising from certain actions including those by users of their services. In recent times, however, there has been what can fairly be described as a discernible shift in the balance of responsibility under the safe harbour regime which has seen a much greater emphasis placed on the role of OSPs in addressing illegal activity online.||Analysis, Counterterrorism, Europe, Government Regulation, Law, Regulation||Lexology||View Full Article|