This article includes information relevant to the EU Digital Services Act (Regulation (EU) 2022/2065 of the European Parliament)
Monthly Active Recipients in the EU
The Digital Services Act, or DSA (Regulation (EU) 2022/2065) requires online platforms to publish information on the average monthly active recipients of the service in the European Union, calculated as an average over the period of the past six months. The information below was prepared for the DSA and its requirements, and thus should not be interpreted or used for other purposes.
August 1 2023 to January 31 2024 – approximately 86,370 average monthly active recipients
February 1 2023 to July 31 2023 – approximately 104,256 average monthly active recipients
Single Point of Contact
Articles 11 and 12 of the DSA require intermediary providers to designate a single point of contact to enable direct communication with users in the European Union, the European Commission, EU Member States’ authorities, and the European Board for Digital Services regarding the application of the DSA. These parties may contact Cisco regarding the DSA at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send such communications in English.
Reporting Illegal Content
Beginning February 17, 2024, in accordance with the EU Digital Services Act (“DSA”), if you are a recipient of the Cisco Community service in the European Union and you see content on Community that you believe to be illegal, you can submit a report to Cisco by following the process described here.
As defined in the DSA, “illegal content” means “any information that, in itself or in relation to an activity, including the sale of products or the provision of services, is not in compliance with Union law or the law of any Member State which is in compliance with Union law, irrespective of the precise subject matter or nature of that law.” For example, sharing terrorist content, the non-authorized use of copyright-protected material, or the illegal sale of live animals may all be deemed to be illegal content in certain Member States.
To report illegal content, please create a case with Cisco here by following the steps below.
Please enter your email address. (Note that you may be referred to a related site if your email address is already registered with Cisco.com.) To anonymously report illegal content, please enter your email address as email@example.com. We may be unable to fully investigate some anonymous reports without the ability to follow up with you.
Please use the Category field to select “Subscription Management and Billing”, subcategory “Webex.com”. This subcategory must be selected, even for reports of illegal content on Cisco Community.
Please provide your Company Name and Title. To anonymously report illegal content, please enter “ANONYMOUS” in both fields.
Please use the Problem Description field to provide the following information to the best of your ability.
The Problem Description field MUST INCLUDE the text “DSA Notice of Illegal Content” to be routed appropriately. Please provide all relevant details in your explanation as to why you believe the content is illegal, including sufficient evidence. Please also include the law that you believe was violated, to the extent possible. Without knowing the law you believe is violated, we may not be able to determine whether the content you reported is illegal.
Please copy and paste the recommended form below and enter the corresponding information in the Problem Description field.
DSA Notice of Illegal Content
Exact electronic location of the information with as much detail as possible, which may include – as applicable – the Cisco Community URL(s), post author’s name and date/time of post: [PLEASE PROVIDE INFO HERE]
Reasoned explanation as to why I believe the content is illegal: [PLEASE PROVIDE INFO HERE]
My country/region of residence: [PLEASE PROVIDE INFO HERE]
Please confirm your sincere belief you are submitting a notice in good faith and that the information provided is accurate and complete by typing the following statement below:
“I am submitting a notice in good faith and the information provided is accurate and complete.”:
[PLEASE TYPE THE ABOVE STATEMENT HERE]
When filing out the First Name and Last name if you want to anonymously report illegal content, please enter “ANONYMOUS” in both fields.
Please provide your telephone number if you want to be contacted by telephone for follow-up questions. To anonymously report please enter +1 202-762-1401.
Please indicate “email” as your contact preference. If you have provided an email address, we will send you an email to confirm that we have received your notice.
After we receive your case, we will review it and take action as appropriate. We will notify you via email (if you have provided your contact information) about the outcome of our assessment.