From first draft to final vote, the Copyright Directive's long journey.
We unpack the Parliament's latest version, paragraph by paragraph.
Here is the final version and the last 3 official texts.
There are no silly questions
Misleading information and false interpretations continue to cloud the debate around Article 13. Now that we have a final version of the text, let’s have a fresh look at some of the concerns that continue to be raised.
« Just say YES ! - A message from Jean Michel Jarre ».
Following the campaign launched a couple of hours ago, "JUST SAY YES ! / DITES OUI ! », we are thousands and thousands of creators, European indeed and beyond, calling upon MEP's to hear our single strong voice pleading them to "JUST SAY YES ! ».
"Europe, we need you", Murray Head leads the charge to call to action
EU, we need you! Murray Head leads the charge to call to action
New emerging Artists call for a fair future online
A great video made by young creators in favour of the Directive, with the help of Crispin Hunt and contributions from Jean-Michel Jarre. It’s a Snow Patrol song that says “Please say Yes”.
Why the directive is a progress
Anggun (Singer), Javier Espinosa (Bayeux prize for war reporters), Wim Wenders Paul Lynch (Author), Yann Arthus Bertrand (Photographer, film director, environmentalist), Antonia Rados (German television award 2003), Wowjciech Bojanowski (Journalist of the year 2017 in Poland), Daniele Luchetti (Film director); Media and culture, all together, are united to obtain a new directive on copyright.
So, where do we go from here?
This one-minute overview takes you through the Article 13 #copyrightdirective process
French YouTubers' investigation dives deep into Article 13
After three weeks of digging, they deliver a balanced report
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