IPI reporting on the Directive
IPI reported on the Directive on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market in the following posts:
– Poland challenges the Directive before the CJEU
– Legislators need to take into account the public interest in implementing Article 17
– Ministers of Agriculture and Fisheries adopted the Copyright Directive
– We need minimal standards of exceptions for education and research
– The Directive still has to be approved by Member States
– The Directive was adopted
– Say NO to the harmful Directive!
– European Academics: Article 11 and 13 must go!
– Negative position of the Ministry on the Directive
– The EU would lose little if it simply rejected the Directive
– Changing the numbers of the articles won’t make the EU copyright reform better!
– Next week the European Parliament will vote on the Directive!
– The Directive is still bad!
– JURI Committee approves the Proposal for the Directive
– EU member states approve the Proposal for the Directive
– Final text of the Directive adopted
– EU member states adopt the position on the Proposal for the Directive
– Franco-German compromise deal
– Why Article 11 of the Directive is not a good solution
– 11 EU member states reject the compromise Proposal for the Directive
– German non-paper regarding Article 13 of the Directive
– Inclusion of the public domain in Article 5
– Opposition against Article 13 of the Directive
– Representatives of the audio-visual and sports sectors against Article 13
– Statement of EPIP Academics regarding the Directive
– Communia on Article 13 of the Directive
– More than 200 academics against Article 11