Finnish copyright initiative: Unbalanced expert hearings

The Finnish parliament decided to continue the expert hearings for the citizens’ initiative on an update to the copyright legislation. The initiative is called “Common Sense For Copyright” and its goal is to correct exaggerated interpretations of the current copyright laws, especially regarding network monitoring and compensation.

Country: Finland

Domains: IPR

Stakeholder: Civil Society

Tags: EDRi, common sense for copyright, citizen's initiative, Parliament, Finland, hearings, legislation, expert, reform, copyright

Posted on Wednesday 10 September 2014

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