Do you like being paid for your job? Do you enjoy rights to your property that prevent others from misusing it? Journalists and people working in the creative industry do too. And that is what the Copyright Directive, just adopted, is all about: using the same property rules offline and online.
Today, at 11 am in the Paul-Henri Spaak building, European Parliament, The Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony 1945 - 2015 was held, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz: a Nazi German concentration and extermination camp. Participants had the opportunity to watch live transmission of Prague's "The Fourth International Let My People Live! Forum" dedicated to the growth of anti-Semitism and extremism in the world, and also participated in a minute of silence for the victims of the Holocaust.
"The resolution adopted by the European Parliament today is a clear signal to the European Commission and to European consumers: we need more transparency and traceability in product labelling of fisheries and aquaculture products at retail outlets and in restaurants. European consumers need to know what's on their plate!" explained Alain Cadec MEP, Chairman of the Fisheries Committee, following a vote on a resolution asking for better traceability of fishery products.