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Astra Kulturhaus, Berlin. JUL 6. Sat, Jul 6, pm. JUL 7. Sun, Jul 7, pm. JUL Fri, Jul 26, pm. Sat, Jul 27, pm. Ritter Butzke, Berlin. An Orchestral Rendition of Dr. Dre: - Metropol Berlin. Metropol Berlin, Berlin. AUG 4. Sun, Aug 4, pm. KulturBrauerei, Berlin. Tue, Oct 15, pm. Admiralspalast, Berlin. Sun, Jun 30, pm. Kulturkahn Paula, Berlin. All-you-can-eat Vegan Brunch. Sun, Jun 30, am. Please click the links to take a look at the final wording of Article 11 , Article 13 , and for the whole text. Parliament negotiator Axel Voss accepted the deal between France and Germany I laid out in a recent blog post :.
The project to allow Europeans to conduct Text and Data Mining , crucial for modern research and the development of artificial intelligence, has been obstructed with too many caveats and requirements. Rightholders can opt out of having their works datamined by anyone except research organisations. Minor improvements for access to cultural heritage : Libraries will be able to publish out-of-commerce works online and museums will no longer be able to claim copyright on photographs of centuries-old paintings.
The history of this law is a shameful one. From the very beginning , the purpose of Articles 11 and 13 was never to solve clearly-defined issues in copyright law with well-assessed measures, but to serve powerful special interests , with hardly any concern for the collateral damage caused. In the relentless pursuit of this goal , concerns by independent academics , fundamental rights defenders , independent publishers , startups and many others were ignored.
At times, confusion was spread about crystal-clear contrary evidence. In his conservative EPP group, the driving force behind this law, dissenters were marginalised. The work of their initially-appointed representative was thrown out after the conclusions she reached were too sensible. Mr Voss then voted so blindly in favour of any and all restrictive measures that he was caught by surprise by some of the nonsense he had gotten approved.
It took efforts equally herculean and sisyphean across party lines to prevent the text from turning out even worse than it now is. In the end, a closed-door horse trade between France and Germany was enough to outweigh the objections… so far. You can change that at the polls! Our best chance to stop the EU copyright law: The upcoming Parliament vote.
Tweet this! The Parliament and Council negotiators who agreed on the final text now return to their institutions seeking approval of the result. If it passes both votes unchanged, it becomes EU law , which member states are forced to implement into national law. Next, at a date to be announced, the EU member state governments will vote in the Council. Either a large country like Germany or several small ones would need to change their minds: This is the less likely way to stop it. Our best bet: The final vote in the plenary of the European Parliament , when all MEPs, directly elected to represent the people, have a vote.
This will take place either between March 25 and 28, on April 4 or between April 15 and The plenary can vote to kill the bill — or to make changes , like removing Articles 11 and The final Parliament vote will happen mere weeks before the EU elections. Most MEPs — and certainly all parties — are going to be seeking reelection.
Articles 11 and 13 will be defeated if enough voters make these issues relevant to the campaigns. It is up to you to make clear to your representatives: Their vote on whether to break the internet with Articles 11 and 13 will make or break your vote in the EU elections. Be insistent — but please always stay polite. To the extent possible under law, the creator has waived all copyright and related or neighboring rights to this work. I am confident that we can make our voices heard, that the proposed deal, no matter if in a weakened or otherwise changed form, is unacceptable and unhelpful in every possible way.
Moreover, this event should mark a change in perception for our generation. Article 53 [Attendance of members of the Federal Government]. The Joint Committee. Article 53a [Composition — Rules of procedure]. The Federal President. Article 54 [Election — Term of office]. Article 55 [Incompatibilities]. Article 56 [Oath of office]. Article 57 [Substitution]. Article 58 [Countersignature]. Article 59 [Representation of the Federation for the purposes of international law]. Article 59a [repealed].
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