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Mehreen Feb 20
It's done! A qualified majority of EU governments have just voted to endorse rules to applause in the room. Germany, UK, and Sweden end up voting in favour after some rumblings. Italians, Dutch, Poles opposed but passes under qualified majority rule
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Laura Kayali Feb 20
EU countries have just endorsed the reform. Italy, Poland, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Finland voted against. Belgium and Slovenia abstained. Next step: JURI vote on the 26th.
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Royce Kimmons 22m
When I download a CC BY-NC song from , it prompts me to purchase "an official certificate in order to use this track in a video or multimedia project." But the license already allows you to do that without additional permissions, correct?
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Netherlands at the EU Feb 20
The end-result on is a step back for the Digital Single Market. It fails to strike a balance between protecting right holders and the interests of individual citizens. This is why we can’t support the final package.
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Andrus Ansip Feb 13
Thank you to the negotiating teams for your hard work on finding a compromise that delivers for all parts of the society and economy. This is a major achievement for Europe.
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Julia Reda 10h
In the meeting, apologized for the blog post, saying she hadn’t authorized it. Then who did? says he didn’t know about it either. How can the communicate on over the heads of both responsible Commissioners?
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communia Feb 12
While negotiators are working on finding a compromise for the directive we analysed the current proposal for . Our flowchart shows this legislative monstrosity in all its glory. (1/8)
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Andrus Ansip Feb 13
Replying to @Ansip_EU
With the new rules internet users will have more possibilities to use and access copyrighted material with full legal certainty. Freedom of expression is guaranteed, and users will have the power to swiftly contest any unjustified removal of their content by platforms.
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Nathalie Vandystadt Feb 13
Breakthrough on EU negotiators just agreed to make EU rules fit for digital era & bring tangible benefits to all creative sectors, the press, researchers, educators, cultural heritage institutions, and citizens.
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Facts Manchester Pride Feb 20
Mr Austin-Behan was in court for infringement in 2015 via his company VA Events Ltd. Not very or friendly? Or is theft "entrepreneurial" in ? Damages awarded: £2,716. Full judgement:
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Mariya Gabriel Feb 13
A political agreement was reached today on new rules fit for a new digital reality! Thank you to all involved in negotiations. This is a very important step for a fairer .
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Jacob Leibert-Nartatez Feb 20
They copystruked me for having in game music for this retarded game
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Martin Luther 2h
What I hear when the Pope talks to me.
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Gino Feb 20
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Nené Feb 14
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Tom Feb 20
Replying to @chaosupdates
Not only , also all communication is going through . This is a urgent topic. Now, after all have their attention on please take a second to get informed over this underrepresented .
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Josh Bruce 16h
Is it just me or should be put incharge of of ???
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Italy 🇮🇹 in EU Feb 20
The aim of directive is to enhance the functioning of the internal market & we support its objectives. For 🇮🇹🇳🇱🇱🇺🇵🇱🇫🇮 the final text fails to strike a balance between protection of rightsholders & interests of EU citizens and companies. We could thus not support it.
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Laura Kayali Feb 19
vote in JURI committee will take place February 26.
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CREATe Feb 20
EU governments have approved the compromise text for Directive by qualified majority at COREPER meeting (w/ no support from NL, PL, IT, FI or LU). Next step: JURI meeting + votes on 26 Feb. More details here:
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