Tagged: Constitution

Finland’s Citizen Copyright Initiative In Doubt: A Sad But Necessary Win For Cross-Border Online Copyright Enforcement?

Today, I posted on The IPKat about recent copyright reform efforts in Finland. Particularly, I discussed how Finland’s (and possibly the world’s) first crowdsourced copyright legislative reform proposal is in danger of failing, and how its potential failure is a sad but likely necessary measure to protect both domestic and foreign rights holders works online.

It is available here.