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Posted in Copyright, Digital Single Market (EU), Policy & Regulation Nils Rauer

New Copyright Directive: Tension rises in anticipation of European Parliament’s vote

Once again, the debate regarding the controversial DSM Copyright Directive is picking up steam. This week, the European Parliament will liaise about the various amendments that will be tabled by a number of different groups of parliamentarians from various political backgrounds.

As mentioned in our previous blogs and videos, on 5 July 2018, the European Parliament rejected by 318 … Continue Reading

Posted in Copyright, Digital Single Market (EU) Nils RauerAlastair ShawPenny Thornton

DSM Watch: Copyright Directive moves a step closer as EU Council publishes agreed draft

On 25 May 2018, after months of discussions, the EU Council’s Permanent Representatives Committee (COREPER) finally agreed its position on the draft Copyright Directive (see the official press release here), although it has been suggested that Germany, Finland, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Belgium and Hungary did not support it.

The agreed text (read it in full here) will serve … Continue Reading