Die Open-Source-Gemeinde darf feiern: "This is a great victory for those who have campaigned to ensure that European innovation and competitiveness is protected from monopolisation of software functionalities and business methods. It marks the end of an attempt by the European Commission and governmental patent officials to impose detrimental and legally questionable practises of the European Patent Office (EPO) on the member states. However the questions created by this practise remain unsolved. FFII believes that the Parliament’s work, in particular the 21 cross-party compromise amendments, can provide a good basis on which future solutions, both at the national and European level, can build", sagt die FFII.
Eine Zusammenstellung von Meldungen zur Entscheidung des EU-Parlaments bei Netzpolitik.