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First of the kind online European parliament Citizens Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar aims to bring the Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar about the future of Internet online — participate with your questions, comments and insights live via http: Commissioner Neelie Kroes speaking about copyright and the Digital Agenda. Take for instance copyright. For years, it has proved a powerful way to remunerate our artists and to build our creative industries. But copyright is not an end in itself.

Copyright exists to ensure that artists will continue to create. Yet we see more and more often that it is not respected. In some sectors, the levels of piracy demand that we ask ourselves what are we doing wrong. We must ensure that copyright serves as a building block, not a stumbling block.

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Torrentfreak has an article about the speech, and Techdirt has some more highlights from it. I definitely hope that the Commission will start look to for a more constructive way forward than the one it has been pursuing so far, and that this speech by Commissioner Kroes is the beginning of something new.

The European Blind Union EBU is an organization that aims to protect and promote the interests of all blind and partially-sighted people in Europe. They are calling on the European Council and Commission to support an international treaty to make it easier for non-profit organizations to convert books into formats that can be read by blind and visually impaired Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar. Members of the European Parliament have signed a letter supporting the EBU in its call for such a treaty.

I support it as well, so I republish the letter here:. Many millions of EU citizens, such as blind or dyslexic people, have a disability which prevents them from reading standard sized print. However, publishers rarely make such books, and so it is mostly left to charities to do so with scarce resources. As a result, only some five per cent of published works are ever made available in accessible formats.

There is an ongoing and unmet need for international copyright law to be changed, so that organisations in the EU which make accessible books can legally share their collection with others in countries outside the EU, and vice-versa. That would increase the number of accessible books available to print disabled EU citizens and to people in other countries who share a language with an EU Member State.

The Commission has sponsored a Memorandum of Understanding to help tackle this problem. It was signed on 14th September by rights holder and disability organisations, and is a laudable and hopefully worthwhile initiative. The MOU has the potential to improve voluntary licensing schemes and the accessibility of technology. However, it does not cover the exchange of accessible books Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar EU and non-EU countries.

This means Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar example that print disabled people in the UK "Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar" not benefit from the large numbers of accessible books in the USA as a result of the MOU, nor will Spain be Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar to send its accessible catalogue of books to Latin America under the agreement.

The MOU also relies on cooperation with rights holders. The law must ensure a safety net for the many instances where such cooperation is not provided. However, the EU opposed it. The EBU has also prepared a more in-depth briefing about the need for such a treaty. This is an issue that really should have been solved by yesterday, as there are no sensible arguments at all for denying blind people access to books in formats that they can read, Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar there are people and organizations willing to do work of converting the books into accessible formats.

Yet the issue has been under discussion for several decades already, with very little progress being made. This is a disgrace. The European Union and the Member States should change their positions immediately, and start supporting the treaty. Sverige kan legalisera Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar imorgon Anna Troberg: Nedslag i den kulturella verkligheten. Och det finns faror: It will also look at removing some of the potential barriers that stand in the way of new internet-based business models, such as the cost of obtaining permission from rights holders and the cost and complexity of enforcing intellectual property rights in the UK and "Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar." It will also look at the interaction between intellectual property and competition law — and how to make it easier for small businesses to protect and exploit their intellectual property.

The review, which will report next April, will recommend changes to UK law, as well as long-term goals to be pursued by the British government on Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar international stage. The announcement was welcomed by internet freedom campaigners, who said the government had to redress the balance after the controversial Digital Economy Bill, which gives copyright holders the power to block access to websites hosting illegal content. The Digital Economy Bill was rushed into law in the dying days of the Labour government but has yet to be enacted.

The copyright laws we have today, on both the European and the national level, are not working, and are harmful to both fundamental values and the digital economy. We have to look for a better way. Other examples are Parma ham, which may only be called that if it is produced in Parma, and Feta cheese, which may only be called that if it is produced in Greece.

Geographical Indications are similar to trademarks in particular, certification marksbut they constitute an intellectual property right of their own. The protection of GIs has been a controversial subject in the ACTA negotiations, since some countries involved in the negotiations, in particular the US, do not protect geographical indications.

European producers of Champagne, Parma ham etc. The US has been opposed to this all along, but there have still been rumors Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar statements suggesting that geographical indications would be part of the ACTA agreement anyway. To bring some clarity on the issue I took the opportunity to ask the Commissioner when he appeared before the committee in the European Parliament yesterday. You can watch the recording from the committee meeting here the questioning of the Commissioner begins at You said that there has been an absolute refusal by the US to add geographical indications, and I can understand that.

Indeed, this is borne out in the Agreement itselfif we look at paragraph 1. This Agreement does not create any obligation on a Party to apply measures where a right in intellectual property is not protected under the laws and regulations of that Party. Of course, as we all know, geographical indications are not protected in the US.

So that seems clear, geographical indications seem to be out of it. Could you please clarify? Commissioner Karel De Gucht: What ACTA aims at is the enforcement of intellectual property rights, and there you have the equal treatment of all intellectual property rights, GIs included.

This also means that the border enforcement can take place only in those countries where GIs are recognized. When there is no substantive law, there can be no border enforcement. In fact, in practice this concerns especially Singapore, where you have the GIs protected, where you have a national register, and where normally you can now have enforcement at the border. Probably you will have to distinguish between end users and products in transit.

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What we have been trying to do as the European Commission is to gain recognition for GIs, but that is not an easy task, because a lot of countries do not recognize GIs, and that cannot happen through ACTA. As the ACTA agreement now stands, there is nothing in it that obliges the US to assist European customs authorities in the enforcement of geographical indications.

Even if US customs officials come across containers of Californian Champagne, or Parma ham made in Texas, and they can see that the containers are destined for Europe, they are under no obligation to even notify their European counterparts, or react in any other way.

The ACTA agreement in its current form includes enforcement of trademark rights by all contracting parties, but it does not offer the same level of protection to the European geographical indications. I am not quite sure why the Commission, which is supposed to be looking after European interests when negotiating, has agreed to this US demand.

Members of the European Parliament can ask questions to the Commission and the Councilmuch in the same way as members of national parliaments can ask questions to their respective governments. Each MEP is allowed to ask one priority question per month.

Last weekI and other members of the Green Group in the European Parliament submitted eight priority questions on the ACTA agreement on intellectual property rights enforcement.

Although the text of the agreement has now been published, the language is deliberately very ambiguous in many key areas. Some more clarity would be very much appreciated. ACTA — competence to negotiate criminal measures. The Criminal Enforcement section of ACTA Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar provisions on criminal procedures, criminal liability, criminal offenses, criminal enforcement and penalties. ACTA — minimum rules proved essential?

Inthe Commission launched a questionnaire addressed Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar the Member States in order to conduct a study [1] to verify if Member States consider criminal sanctions Eu parlamentet stoppar lagar to ensure the effective implementation of community law in the area of intellectual property rights, as required by Art ACTA — proportionality principle with regards to copyright crimes.

Considering when proper account is taken of the proportionality principle, harmonisation of criminal penalties can only be justified when all the following elements are present:. ACTA — legality principle. Considering that ACTA art 2. ACTA — preventing infringements from occurring. ACTA — corporative efforts. Answers to the questions are expected in three weeks. Se hela debatten i den svenska riksdagen.

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