Several updates have been made to CREATe’s Copyright Reform Timeline, a resource designed to keep track of the legislative process of the Copyright Directive and the many interventions surrounding it. Newest updates include details of:
- The trilogue negotiations held on 2 October and 25 October (and announcement of new date on 3 December);
- The Austrian Presidency’s compromise proposal;
- New studies published in respect of articles 3 (text and data mining), 11 (press publishers’ right) and 13 (internet platform liability), and;
- Opinions of those both for and against the Directive.
We have also created a static timeline graphic detailing all key events of the legislative process of the Directive since the initial draft was issued by the Commission in September 2016, until its anticipated transposition into national law in 2021.