The European Commission is aiming to tear down “regulatory walls” for digital products and services and turn 28 national markets into a single digital market. But plans on geo-blocking and copyright law are too cautious, says MEP Julia Reda from the Pirate Party in an interview with EurActiv Germany. Julia Reda is an MEP from the Pirate Party. In the European Parliament she joined the Greens/EFA political group where she was elected vice-chair. Reda is a member of the Committee on Legal Affairs and a substitute on the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection as well as the Committee on Petitions. At the beginning of November, she was appointed rapporteur of the implementation of the 2001 directive on copyright reform, the “Infosoc Directive”.