EU “copyright reform” threatens freedom of information, open access and open science | Commons Network

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"In early October, the European Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee will vote on the Digital Single Market copyright legislation. Here we would like to express our alarm at the direction EU copyright legislation is taking. We are profoundly concerned that a number of proposals, including Article 11 and Article 13, will mean disproportionate restrictions on the fundamental right of freedom of information as well as the creation of new and costly barriers and administrative burdens for adopted EU policies mandating open access, open education and open science."


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Date tagged:

09/06/2017, 17:23

Date published:

09/06/2017, 13:23