COMMUNIA Salon: The CJEU decision on Article 17 and the future of upload filters in the EU

When: 28.04.2022
Where: Online

Communia hosted a virtual salon to discuss the implications of the highly anticipated CJEU decision on Article 17 and what it means for the national implementations of Article 17.

The Court’s judgement in case C-401/19 marked  an important moment in the discussions about Article 17 as it provides more clarity on the European Commission’s implementation guidance that was issued in June of the previous year, following an extensive stakeholder dialogue.

For this Salon Communia was joined by Marco Giorello — Head of the European Commission’s Copyright Unit at DG CONNECT, João Pedro Quintais — Assistant Professor at the Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam, Eliška Pírková — Global Freedom of Expression Lead at Access Now — and Felix Reda — former MEP and project lead Control © at the Gesellschaft für Freiheitsrechte.

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