The Commission has just published a Press Release and an accompanying Memo setting out the outcomes of the Licences for Europe dialogue.
At its heart are 10 pledges, including motherhood, apple pie and also that typo most loathed by copyright lawyers "licencing". The graphic that the Commission uses to summarise the pledge is as set out below.
Eleanora has already published one insider's perspective on the IPKat. This outsider's view is that these are all things that were happening anyway or would likely have happened regardless of any interventions from Brussels, but no doubt the Commission feels it has made a meaningful contribution.
But this outsider is a natural cynic, so what do 1709's readers make of this - ground-breaking or damp-squib? Please comment.