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EU Parliament Accepts Petitions
By brian, Section News
Posted on Thu Oct 2nd, 2003 at 12:37:11 GMT
[From FFII] The Petition Committee of the EU Parliament has formally accepted two major petitions against software patents, despite the representative of the European Commission and other MEPs asking that both petitions be rejected and declared ineligible.

The petitions were presented by Bernard Lang, for Eurolinux on behalf of quarter of a million European citizens and software professionals, and by Philippe Aigrain, on behalf of leading European computer scientists.

Full details and the texts of the speeches to the committee are available at FFII.org


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[new] Speech translated (#1)
by brian (#54) () on Fri Oct 3rd, 2003 at 08:39:24 GMT
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FFII now have an English translation of Phillipe Aigran's speech before the Petitions committee (thanks to Jonas Maebe)
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