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Denmark Now Supports EU Copyright Term Extension

April 7th, 2011 04:20 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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airfoobar submitted an editorial by Bernt Hugenholtz. From the article “Bad news from Denmark. According to an official press release, the Danish government has changed its position and now endorses the European Commission’s proposal to extend the term of protection for sound recordings. Since Denmark was part of a fragile blocking minority in the European Council, there is a danger now that the EU Presidency will try to push through the proposal within a matter of weeks.”

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