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View Commission's Position on Recital 11b

EU Commission's Position

As adopted 14th September, 2016

Recital 11b

N/A

Recital 11b doesn't feature in the Commission's adopted proposal.

View Council's Position on Recital 11b

EU Council's Position

As adopted 25th May, 2018

Recital 11b

Definition of "lawful access"

Research organisations and cultural heritage institutions, including the persons attached thereto, should be covered by the text and data mining exception regarding content to which they have lawful access. Lawful access should be understood as covering access to content based on open access policy or through contractual arrangements between rightholders and research organisations or cultural heritage institutions, such as subscriptions, or through other lawful means. For instance, in cases of subscriptions taken by research organisations or cultural heritage institutions, the persons attached thereto covered by these subscriptions would be deemed to have lawful access. Lawful access also covers access to content that is freely available online.

EU Commission's Position

As adopted 14th September, 2016

View Council's Position on Recital 11b

Recital 11b

N/A

Recital 11b doesn't feature in the Commission's adopted proposal.

EU Council's Position

As adopted 25th May, 2018

View Commission's Position on Recital 11b

Recital 11b

Definition of "lawful access"

Research organisations and cultural heritage institutions, including the persons attached thereto, should be covered by the text and data mining exception regarding content to which they have lawful access. Lawful access should be understood as covering access to content based on open access policy or through contractual arrangements between rightholders and research organisations or cultural heritage institutions, such as subscriptions, or through other lawful means. For instance, in cases of subscriptions taken by research organisations or cultural heritage institutions, the persons attached thereto covered by these subscriptions would be deemed to have lawful access. Lawful access also covers access to content that is freely available online.

EU Parliament's Position

As adopted 12th September, 2018

Update 14th September 2018: This proposal is the version adopted by the EU Parliament on 12th September 2018. Emboldened text denotes an amendment.

Recital 11b

N/A

Recital 11b doesn’t feature in Parliament’s proposal.

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