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From: Barry Mahon <mahons1@EIRCOM.NET>
Subject: EU Copyright Directive Passed
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The EU copyright Directive was adopted by the Council of Ministers
on 9 April 2001, after more than three years of negotiation. All nine
compromise amendments introduced by the European Parliament [as
communicated in various messages at that time] during the second reading
on 14 February 2001 were adopted. The Directive will be published in the
Official Journal (OJ) of the EU within a couple of weeks, from which
time it will officially come into European law. Member states then have
18 months to implement the Directive into their own national law.

Barry Mahon Executive Director ICSTI

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