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Parliamentary question - E-002681/2019Parliamentary question
E-002681/2019

    Member States' obligation to ensure that users can effectively use exceptions and limitations, as provided for in Article 17(7) of Directive (EU) 2019/790

    Question for written answer E-002681-19
    to the Commission
    Rule 138
    Marcel Kolaja (Verts/ALE)

    In the context of the implementation of the Copyright Directive, does the Commission consider that Member States’ obligation to ensure that users can rely on existing copyright exceptions (as provided for by Article 17(7) of Directive (EU) 2019/790) can be fulfilled by a general provision informing users about existing exceptions and limitations in the terms of service of the online content-sharing service provider (OCSSP) whose services are used to host copyrighted content[1]? Or should the implementing legislation require that measures be put in place by OCSSPs to not only ensure that users are informed, but also that they can effectively use these exceptions and limitations without pre-emptive blocking by these OCSSPs?

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