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ES: La FFII Desviste a la Unión Europea

Posted in Europe at 2:29 pm by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

Los procesos de alto secreto expuestos!

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(ODF | PDF | English/original)

Resumen: La transparencia se logra por los activistas de la Fundación para una Infraestructura de Información Libre (FFII) y una respuesta se emite a las reclamaciones financiadas por Microsoft que dice que las patentes son buenas para nuevas empresas (¿Qué estan fumando?

André Rebentisch de la FFII expone o por lo menos revela [http://twitter.com/FFII/statuses/53822575041708032] lo que él llama “secreto análisis de la Unión Europea UE sobre la patente única”, que es la puerta trasera a las patentes de software. Desde su blog informativo[http://arebentisch.wordpress.com/2011/04/01/compatibility-of-possible-enhanced-cooperation-in-the-field-of-patents-with-the-internal-market-and-the-other-provisions-of-the-treaties/]:

Un documento mantenido en secreto hasta ahora por el Consejo, un análisis jurídico de la cooperación reforzada patente unitaria, hoy se puso a disposición mía en respuesta a mi solicitud de acceso a los documentos secundarios (cmp. EC/1049/2001). Mis argumentos a favor de la aplicación secundaria fueron la sentencia del Tribunal de Justicia turco y el carácter general de la cuestión legal.

El colega/amigo de André, el Sr. Henrion, escribe[http://twitter.com/zoobab/statuses/53754584132362240]: “El UE Estudio calidad de patentes pide a los solicitantes de patentes que es lo que piensan acerca de la calidad de las patentes: http://ur1.ca/3q27s”

Parece que hay desacuerdo dentro de la FFII – una que se refiere a la diplomacia, por lo menos. El Sr. Henrion, el presidente de la FFII, no está de acuerdo con las opiniones o planteamiento del Sr. Rebentisch, que conduce la “@FFII” cuenta en Twitter y Identi.ca. Pero la realidad es, en base a las declaraciones recientes del sitio Web de la FFII, hay una gran insatisfacción con lo que la Oficina Europea de Patents OEP ha estado haciendo. En una declaración formal de nuevo “la FFII recomienda a la UE eliminar las barreras de patentes para las nuevas empresas[http://press.ffii.org/Press%20releases/FFII%20recommends%20EU%20to%20remove%20barriers%20for%20startups]“, eliminando el laberinto de patentes (que los grupos de presión Microsoft dicen ser buenas para las nuevas empresas, fingiendo ser sus portavoces falsos). De la declaración de la FFII:

La FFII respondió a una llamada de consulta de la Comisión Europea Dirección General de Mercado Interior de la observancia de los derechos de propiedad intelectual.

Para que la UE ayude a las compañías que estan comenzando, la FFII aconseja a reducirles los riesgos de mercado de entrada para las empresas innovadoras. La mayoría de las PYMEs y las empresas que apoyan a la FFII operan en los mercados digitales. Los mercados digitales innovadores se enfrentan a menudo con los campos minados de patentes.

Para recordar y reevaluar algunos de los últimos acontecimientos relativos a la OEP, ver esta página wiki[http://techrights.org/wiki/index.php/Software_Patents_in_Europe].

Translation produced by Eduardo Landaveri, the esteemed administrator of the Spanish portal of Techrights.

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