Strategy/Wikimedia movement/2017/Sources/Free Knowledge Advocacy Group EU
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|name of group||Free Knowledge Advocacy Group EU|
|virtual location (page-link) or physical location (city/state/country)||Be Central, Brussels, Belgium|
|Location type (e.g. local wiki, Facebook, in-person discussion, telephone conference)||in-person discussion|
|# of participants in this discussion (a rough count)||16|
Summary for the discussion:
|Line||Statement (summary sentence)||Keywords|
|1||By 2030 Wikimedia users and authors have a common vision for copyright.||copyright, partnerships, collecting societies|
|2||By 2030 Wikimedia has contributed to the narrative change in copyright that is is now focusing on the users and authors, not only on the industry.||copyright, collecting societies|
|3||By 2030 Wikimedia legitimately represents "users" in policy discussions.||representation|
|4||By 2030 Wikimedia and collecting societies are allies.||copyright, partnerships, collecting societies|
|5||By 2030 Wikimedia has helped make the copyright regime as predictable as possible.||copyright, control, advocacy|
|6||By 2030 Wikimedia has helped establishing public domain for government works as the global standard.||public domain, copyright, advocacy, free knowledge, setting the standards|
|7||By 2030 Wikimedia has been a reason for a change of global publishing standards from control to sharing.||publishing, free knowledge, setting the standards|
|8||By 2030 Wikimedia has attained a shortening of copyright terms.||copyright, advocacy, control|
|9||By 2030 free access to information is a human right.||human rights, digital rights, access|
|10||By 2030 Wikimedia was one of the driving forces behind establishing a new global framework for copyright.||copyright, advocacy, control|
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