Copyright: Franco-German tandem strikes dangerous deal on Article 13
On 7 February, it became publicly known that the blockade in the Council of the European Union on the highly controversial Article 13 of the Copyright Directive proposal nears an end. The details which had been on the heart of the disagreement between the Union’s most powerful member states, France and Germany, have now been […]
EU action needed: German NetzDG draft threatens freedom of expression
On 22 May 2017 six civil society and industry associations sent an open letter to eight EU Commissioners asking to take action against the German bill on “Enforcement on Social Networks”, the “NetzDG”.