Educational uses should be fully protected at the EU level.

The EU mandatory education exception assumes that education activities are carried out within dedicated educational institutions, whereas growing parts of learning, including life-long learning, are taking place outside of such institutions or in hybrid settings. Europe needs to take these realities into account by broadening the existing mandatory exception to copyright and other exclusive rights to facilitate all non-commercial educational activities, regardless of their institutional setting.

King Charles II of England addresses members of the Estates General, 1660, Theodor Matham, after Jacob Toorenvliet, 1660
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