On Tuesday 08 March 2005 13:22, Daniel Goldsmith wrote:
> Article III- 176: Intellectual property
> The Constitution provides that European laws or framework laws will
> establish measures to provide uniform intellectual property rights
> protection throughout the Union and for the setting up of centralised
> Union-wide authorisation, coordination and supervision arrangements.
> The Council will act by qualified majority.
>> A quick perusal of that SCAD site (highly appropriate name) has done
> little other than convince me again of the sheer anti-democratic
> nature of the beast.
Seems a perfectly sensible article to me.
What exactly is your objection?
Do you want different property laws in every EU country?
What a nightmare for anyone actually trying to make sense of them.
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