Review: Anti-Software-Patent - Local Action Days 2004/05/08-12

Posted 14 May 2004 at 19:43 UTC by frehberg Share This

FFII and partners organised a successfull series of events in capitals of EU member states and elsewhere in order to raise awareness about the secret decisionmaking on software patents by national ministerial bureaucrats in the EU Council.

[ National Conferences+Demos 2004/05/08-12 | Demo Amsterdam 2004/05 | Demo Athina 2004/05 | Demo Berlin 2004/05 | Demo Dublin 2004/05 | Demo Helsinki 2004/05 | Demo København 2004/05 | Manif Lisboa 2004/05 | Demo London 2004/05 | Demo London 2004/05 | Demo Luxemburg 2004/05 | Demo Madrid 2004/05 | Demo München 2004/05 | Manif Paris 2004/05 | Demo Roma 2004/05 | Demo Stockholm 2004/05 | Demo Wien 2004/05 ]

Pictures from Berlin, posted 14 May 2004 at 20:01 UTC by frehberg » (Journeyer)

Marco Schulze, NightLabs GmbH(free to use)


Pictures from Munich, posted 14 May 2004 at 20:08 UTC by frehberg » (Journeyer)


Pictures from Vienna, posted 14 May 2004 at 20:20 UTC by frehberg » (Journeyer)

Pictures from The Hague, posted 14 May 2004 at 20:25 UTC by mjw » (Master)

There are also instructions on how to make Dutch politicians more aware of this issue if you couldn't make it to the actual demonstration.

Pictures from Den Haag, posted 14 May 2004 at 20:28 UTC by frehberg » (Journeyer)

read more, posted 14 May 2004 at 20:45 UTC by frehberg » (Journeyer)

Note of Caution, posted 26 May 2004 at 08:38 UTC by slef » (Master)

This article links twice to the London demo which never happened. I wonder how many of the other demos are listed but never happened?

We must not leave the software patents debate to the FFII. At least in the UK, FFII is unpopular and has offended people through clumsy wording and rejecting English help.

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