Critical issues presentations/That Was the Year That Was: What happened in Brussels, what comes next and what you should do
- Submission no. 83
- Title of the submission
That Was the Year That Was: What happened in Brussels, what comes next and what you should do
- Author of the submission
- Dimitar Dimitrov
- Country of origin
- Public Policy
The 2015/2016 EU political season has brought about a new data protection regulation, new rules on net neutrality and an interesting recommendation to remove the IP protection of databases that exists only in Europe.
What it is yet to deliver is the big one - a copyright reform proposal that is expected to be published by the European Commission in July.
This talk wants to take the opportunity to make sure everyone interested in EU policy is on the same page as well as to prep&hype WEASELs for the copyright battles to come.
The structure is along the lines cited int he title:
- What happened
- What do we expect to happen next
- How can you help
NB: Together with Communia we are also submitting a copyright workshop, where activists are trained how to work on EU public policy efforts and more specifically the planned copyright campaign.
Interested attendees and comments
- NaBUru38 (talk) 13:27, 8 June 2016 (UTC)
- RockCreek73 (talk) 17:47, 20 June 2016 (UTC)