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Notification of German Ancillary Copyright law

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Dear Communications Networks, Content and Technology,

Under the right of access to documents in the EU treaties, as developed in Regulation 1049/2001, I am requesting documents which contain the following information:

* all information (including but not limited to letters, emails, email drafts, documents, notes, memoranda, studies, remarks, copies, data, files, facsimiles, drafts and records) about the notification under Directive 98/34/EC related to the German Presseverlegerleistungsschutzrecht (Achtes Gesetz zur Änderung des Urheberrechtsgesetzes dated May 7, 2013 (BGBl 2013 I Nr. 23 ,pg 1161)

* any information (see above) related to the interpretation of Directive 98/34/EC with regards to the notification requirements in the field of copyright.

* any information within the Commission and their staff regarding the ancillary copyright law ("Leistungsschutzrecht für Presseverleger")

* any information concerning the recently closed ECJ case on the notification of the German Leistungsschutzrecht.

Please note that a similar request was filed in 2015 and in 2017. Any document that was fully released in the request GESTEM 2015/3352 or 2017/0859 should be excluded from this request. If a document covered by GESTEM 2015/3352 or 2017/0859 was not or only partially released, I am seeking the full release of said document as the reasons for nondisclosure back in 2015 or 2017 are now gone.

Please do not ask for my postal address. You know the drill.

Yours faithfully,

Mathias Schindler

Réseaux de communication, contenu et technologies (CNECT)

Your message has been received by the Transparency Unit of the
Secretariat-General of the European Commission.
Requests for public access to documents are treated on the basis of
[1]Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 of 30 May 2001 regarding public access to
European Parliament, Council and Commission documents.
The Secretariat-General will reply to your request within 15 working days
upon registration of your request and will duly inform you of the
registration of the request (or of any additional information to be
provided in view of its registration and/or treatment).
 
 
L’unité «Transparence» du secrétariat général de la Commission européenne
a bien reçu votre message.
Les demandes d’accès du public aux documents sont traitées sur la base du
[2]règlement (CE) n° 1049/2001 du 30 mai 2001 relatif à l’accès du public
aux documents du Parlement européen, du Conseil et de la Commission.
Le secrétariat général répondra à votre demande dans un délai de 15 jours
ouvrables à compter de la date d’enregistrement de votre demande, et vous
informera de cet enregistrement (ou vous indiquera toute information
supplémentaire à fournir en vue de l'enregistrement et/ou du traitement de
votre demande).
 
 
Ihre Nachricht ist beim Referat „Transparenz“ des Generalsekretariats der
Europäischen Kommission eingegangen.
Anträge auf Zugang zu Dokumenten werden auf der Grundlage der
[3]Verordnung (EG) Nr. 1049/2001 vom 30. Mai 2001 über den Zugang der
Öffentlichkeit zu Dokumenten des Europäischen Parlaments, des Rates und
der Kommission behandelt.
Das Generalsekretariat beantwortet Ihre Anfrage innerhalb von
15 Arbeitstagen nach deren Registrierung und wird Sie über die
Registrierung Ihres Antrags (oder die Notwendigkeit weiterer Informationen
im Hinblick auf dessen Registrierung und/oder Bearbeitung) unterrichten.
 
 

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[1]Ares(2019)5812433 - RE: access to documents request - Notification of
German Ancillary Copyright law -- Ref. Gestdem 2019/5319

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Dear Sir,

Thank you for your e-mail dated 17/09/2019. We hereby acknowledge receipt
of your application for access to documents, which was registered on
17/09/2019 under reference number GestDem 2019/5319.

In accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 regarding public access to
European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, your application
will be handled within 15 working days.

The time limit will expire on 08/10/2019. In case this time limit needs to
be extended, you will be informed in due course.

You have lodged your application via the AsktheEU.org website. Please note
that this is a private third-party website which has no link with any
institution of the European Union. Therefore, the European Commission
cannot be held accountable for any technical issues or problems linked to
the use of this system.

Please note that the private third party running the AsktheEU.org website
is responsible and accountable for the processing of your personal data
via that website, and not the European Commission. For further information
on your rights, please refer to the third party’s privacy policy.

We understand that the third party running that website usually publishes
the content of applicants’ correspondence with the European Commission on
that website. This includes the personal data that you may have
communicated to the European Commission (e.g. your private postal
address).

Similarly, the third party publishes on that website any reply that the
Commission will send to the email address of the applicants generated by
the AsktheEU.org website.

If you do not wish your correspondence with the European Commission to be
published on the AsktheEU.org website, you can provide us with an
alternative, private e-mail address for further correspondence.

In that case, the European Commission will send all future electronic
correspondence addressed to you only to that private address.

Yours faithfully,

Access to documents team (RC)
SG.C.1
Transparency

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[5]Ares(2019)6077087 - Gestdem 2019/5319 and 2019/5565

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Dear Mr Schindler,

 

We hereby inform you of the fact that your request for access to documents
with Gestdem reference 2019/5319 has been split as follows:

 

-          DG CNECT will handle part of your request under Gestdem
reference 2019/5319;

-          DG GROW will handle part of your request under Gestdem
reference 2019/5565.

 

Each DG will send a separate reply.

 

Yours sincerely,

 

ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS TEAM (GD)

 

[6]cid:image001.png@01D45409.F767C980

European Commission

Secretariat-General

SG C.1

[7][email address]

 

 

 

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Dear Mr Schindler,

We refer to your request for access to documents, registered on 17/09/2019
under the above mentioned reference number.

Your application is currently being handled. However, we will not be in a
position to complete the handling of your application within the time
limit of 15 working days, which expires on 08/10/2019.

An extended time limit is needed as part of the documents requested
originate from third parties which have been consulted.

Therefore, we have to extend the time limit with 15 working days in
accordance with Article 7(3) of Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 regarding
public access to documents. The new time limit expires on 29/10/2019.

We apologize for this delay and for any inconvenience this may cause.

Yours sincerely,

DG GROW Access to documents team

European Commission
Directorate-General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and
SMEs
DG GROW/03 Strategic Planning and Delivery Unit

 

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[5]Ares(2019)6226183 - Your application for access to documents - Ref.
GestDem 2019/5319 - Fair Solution proposal

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<[email address]>. All responses have to be
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<[email address]>. Toutes les réponses
doivent être effectuées à cette adresse électronique.

Dear Mr Schindler,

 

We refer to your e-mail, dated 17 September 2019 in which you make a
request for access to documents pursuant to Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001
of the European Parliament and of the Council of 30 May 2001 regarding
public access to European Parliament, Council and Commission documents
(hereinafter ‘Regulation 1049/2001’), registered under the above-mentioned
reference number.

 

In your application, you ask for the following documents:

 

“* all information (including but not limited to letters, emails, email
drafts, documents, notes, memoranda, studies, remarks, copies, data,
files, facsimiles, drafts and records) about the notification under
Directive 98/34/EC related to the German
Presseverlegerleistungsschutzrecht (Achtes Gesetz zur Änderung des
Urheberrechtsgesetzes dated May 7, 2013 (BGBl 2013 I Nr. 23 ,pg 1161)

 

* any information (see above) related to the interpretation of Directive
98/34/EC with regards to the notification requirements in the field of
copyright.

 

* any information within the Commission and their staff regarding the
ancillary copyright law ("Leistungsschutzrecht für Presseverleger")

 

* any information concerning the recently closed ECJ case on the
notification of the German Leistungsschutzrecht.”

 

You also request that any documents that were fully released in the
context of GestDems 2015/3352 and 2017/0859 are excluded from the request
and that any documents which were partially released be fully disclosed
given that the reasons for their non-disclosure do not apply anymore.

 

As you were informed, your request was split between DG CONNECT and DG
GROW. DG Connect will handle the last two parts of your request in bold
(the last part will be handled by both DG GROW and DG CNECT).

 

Your application concerns a very large number of documents which need to
be assessed individually. In this regard, reference is made to two past
access to documents requests which you have launched with DG CONNECT with
respect to the same subject matter (GestDem 2016/4441 and GestDem
2018/0811). Within the scope of your present request we have identified
around 93 documents which were previously partially or not disclosed to
you in the context of the two aforementioned GestDem requests. Moreover,
we have also identified a further (more recent) 14 documents which also
fall within the scope of your application. This amounts to a total number
of circa 100 documents falling within the scope of your application.

 

According to our preliminary assessment of the workload estimate involved
in the handling of your request, the handling of all documents falling
under the scope of your request would cover the following steps:

-          Search for possible additional documents falling within the
scope of your request;

-          Retrieval and establishment of a complete list of the documents
falling under the scope of your requests;

-          Assessment of the documents already partially or non-disclosed
in GestDem 2016/4441 and GestDem 2018/0811 with a view to establishing
whether the exceptions used at the time remain applicable;

-          Preliminary individual assessment of the content of the recent
documents in light of the exceptions contained in Article 4 of Regulation
1049/2001;

-          Possible need to consult third parties and other services
within the European Commission on the documents identified;

-          Final assessment of the documents in light of the comments
received;

-          Redaction of those parts of the documents to which one or
several exceptions apply;

-          Preparation and finalisation of the reply for the requests;

-          Preparation of the replies and the documents for dispatch.

 

It follows from the above that the work needed for the treatment of your
request constitutes a severe administrative burden. Furthermore, due to
the wide temporal and material scope of your request, the work cannot be
expected to be completed within the time limits set out in Article 7 of
Regulation 1049/2001.

 

Article 6(3) of the Regulation 1049/2001 provides that, in the event of an
application relating to very large number of documents, the institution
concerned may confer with the applicant informally with a view to finding
a fair solution. In accordance with the case law of the Union Courts, the
proposal for a fair solution aims to balance the interest of the applicant
against the workload resulting from the processing of the application in
order to safeguard the interests of good administration (Judgments of 6
December 2001, Council v Hautala, Case C 353/99 P, EU:C:2001: 661, para.
30, and of 2 October 2014, Strack v Commission, Case C 127/13 P,
EU:C:2014:2250, para.27). Such solution can only concern the content or
the number of documents applied for, not the deadline for replying
(Judgment of the Court of Justice of 2 October 2014 in case C- 127/13,
Guido Strack v Commission, paragraphs 26-28). This means that the scope of
the request must be reduced in a way that would enable its treatment
within the extended deadline of 15 + 15 working days.

 

Based on the above-mentioned provision, we kindly ask you to specify the
objective of your request, your specific interest in the requested
documents (Judgment of the Court of Justice of 2 October 2014 in case
C-127/13, Guido Strack v Commission, paragraph 28; Judgment of the General
Court (then 'Court of First Instance') of 22 May 2012 in case T-344/08,
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg v Commission, paragraph 105 ) and to narrow
down the scope of your request, so as to reduce it to a more manageable
amount of documents.

 

If you are not in a position to specify your specific interest in the
requested documents or to propose a limitation of the scope, we propose
that our further assessment against Article 4 of Regulation 1049/2001 is
limited to the following restricted scope:

 

-          10 documents of your choice from the ones which were partially
or non-disclosed in the context of GestDem 2016/4441 and 2018/0811 (please
let us know in case you would require us to send the replies + annexes to
these GestDems once again) and

-          14 more recent documents identified as falling within the scope
of your application and which were not covered by the aforementioned past
GestDems

 

AIso, please note that given that your application concerns a large number
of documents we will not be in a position to complete the handling of your
application within the time limit of 15 working days, which expires today.
Therefore, we have to extend the time limit with 15 working days in
accordance with Article 7(3) of Regulation 1049/2001 regarding public
access to documents. The new time limit expires on 29/10/2019.

In order to enable us to respect the time limits of Regulation 1049/2001,
we would ask you for a swift response to our proposal for a fair solution,
and within three working days at the latest.

 

Please send your response by email to the following address:

[6][email address]

 

The absence of a reply within three working days, we will unilaterally
restrict the scope of your applications to those parts that can be dealt
with within the extended deadline.

 

Thank you in advance for your cooperation.

 

 

Access to Documents Team

 

 

[7]cid:image001.png@01D3AF19.959C0670

European Commission

DG Connect – ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS

BU25 – Avenue de Beaulieu 25

B-1160 Brussels/Belgium

 

 

 

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Mathias Schindler

Dear ve_cnect.public_access_to_documents (CNECT),

based on your proposal, I ask you to process the 14 more recent documents and provide me with a list of previously undisclosed or partially released documents with an indication- based on reasonable assumption - which documents might turn out to be releasable. It does not have to be an exact science.

Yours sincerely,

Mathias Schindler

ve_cnect.public_access_to_documents (CNECT), Réseaux de communication, contenu et technologies (CNECT)

[1]Ares(2019)6298065 - RE: Your application for access to documents - Ref.
GestDem 2019/5319 - Fair Solution proposal

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<[email address]>. Toutes les réponses
doivent être effectuées à cette adresse électronique.

Dear Mr. Schindler,

Thank you for your email.

With regard to the 14 more recent documents, we take note of your position
and are going to include them in the scope of your request.

Concerning your request for a list of previously undisclosed or partially
released documents in the context of GestDem 2016/4441 and 2018/0811, we
would like to refer you to the previous replies submitted in the context
of the earlier requests and ask you to choose 10 documents out of the
partially or non-disclosed documents. As indicated in our previous email,
we can re-send these replies + annexes if these are no longer accessible
to you.

Concerning your request to indicate which of the documents of the earlier
requests may now be disclosed, we have to inform you that this could only
be done after the assessment and a possible consultation of third parties.
This being said, we believe we can give guidance in so far as it does not
seem likely that the assessment would change concerning the redaction of
personal data. Therefore, you may want to exclude documents  with only
personal data redacted as the personal data exception under Article
4(1)(b) of Regulation 1049/2011 would most likely still be applicable.

Moreover, due to large number of documents which were partially disclosed
(even when already excluding the ones which were disclosed with only
personal data redactions) or non-disclosed in the context of the
aforementioned past requests, we are not in a position to assess all of
them for the present application. We therefore need an indication of the
documents that would be of most interest to you, as indicated in our fair
solution proposal.

We would also like to remind you that we would like to receive a reply
within the three working day timeframe indicated in our fair solution
proposal which expires today. As indicated in our fair solution proposal,
in the absence of a reply we will unilaterally restrict the scope of your
application to those parts which can be dealt with within the extended
deadline. In this case we envisage to  include within the scope the 14
more recent documents and to choose 10 documents from the aforementioned
past requests taking into consideration the date of the documents and the
need to consult third parties for the specific document.

Best Regards,

Access to Documents Team

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[5]Ares(2019)6378291 - Consultation pursuant to Regulation (EC) No
1049/2001 regarding public access to European Parliament, Council and
Commission documents – Ref No GestDem 2019/5319

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<[email address]>. Toutes les réponses
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Dear Mr. Schindler,

 

We have received an application for access to documents made under
Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 (hereinafter, ‘the Regulation’) from your end
with the reference number in subject. Please find herewith a copy of the
Regulation.

 

In your application you ask for any documents relating to information
within the Commission and their staff regarding the ancillary copyright
law (‘Leistungsschutzrecht für Presseverleger’) and information concerning
the recently closed ECJ case on the notification of the German law. In
this regard we have identified two documents which fall within the scope
of your application and which originate from your end.

 

The general principle of the Regulation is to grant the widest possible
access to any document held by an EU-institution which is requested under
this Regulation. The institution only refuses disclosure of documents or a
part of the requested documents, if disclosure would undermine the
protection of a specific interest as laid down in Article 4 of this
Regulation.

 

As regards third-party documents, Article 4(4) of the Regulation provides
that the institution shall consult the third party with a view to
assessing whether an exception in paragraph 1 or 2 is applicable, unless
it is clear that the document shall or shall not be disclosed. Given that
providing access to a document under the Regulation amounts to its
disclosure to the public at large, we would need to consult you on the
basis of this provision.

 

With a view to handling this application, we invite you to indicate
whether you agree with disclosure of the documents originating from you
or, on the contrary, object to disclosure. In case you wish to object to
disclosure, we kindly ask you to indicate how in your view, disclosure
would affect one of the interests protected under Article 4, paragraphs 1
or 2 of the Regulation.

 

Please note in this respect that personal data will be redacted by
default, with reference to Article 4(1)(b) (protection of privacy and the
integrity of the individual) of the Regulation.

 

In case you consider that the documents could be partially released, we
would kindly ask you to indicate the documents or parts of them that
should be withheld and to give reasons for withholding them. The documents
are attached for your convenience.

 

In order to enable us to reply to the request for access within the
prescribed time limit, we would be grateful if you could inform us as soon
as possible and in any case within five working days upon receipt of this
letter, your position as regards the disclosure of the documents
concerned.

 

In case we do not receive a reply within the prescribed time-limit, we
will take a position on disclosure of the documents requested taking
account of your legitimate interests on the basis of the information in
our possession.

 

In view of the short period allowed for the Commission's reply under the
Regulation, we would be grateful if you could reply by e-mail to:

 

[6][email address]

 

Thank you in advance for your assistance.

 

Yours faithfully,

 

 

Access to Documents Team

 

 

[7]cid:image001.png@01D3AF19.959C0670

European Commission

DG Connect – ACCESS TO DOCUMENTS

BU25 – Avenue de Beaulieu 25

B-1160 Brussels/Belgium

 

 

 

 

 

 

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[4]Ares(2019)6507672 - RE: Ares(2019)5812433 - RE: access to documents
request - Notification of German Ancillary Copyright law -- Ref. Gestdem
2019/5319

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Dear Sir,

Thank you for your e-mail dated 17/09/2019. We hereby acknowledge receipt
of your application for access to documents, which was registered on
17/09/2019 under reference:

 

* number GestDem 2019/5319 for documents concerning DG CNECT and

 

* number GestDem 2019/5977 for documents concerning Legal Service (point 4
of your request).

In accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 regarding public access to
European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, your application
will be handled within 15 working days.

The time limit will expire on 08/10/2019. In case this time limit needs to
be extended, you will be informed in due course.

You have lodged your application via the AsktheEU.org website. Please note
that this is a private third-party website which has no link with any
institution of the European Union. Therefore, the European Commission
cannot be held accountable for any technical issues or problems linked to
the use of this system.

Please note that the private third party running the AsktheEU.org website
is responsible and accountable for the processing of your personal data
via that website, and not the European Commission. For further information
on your rights, please refer to the third party’s privacy policy.

We understand that the third party running that website usually publishes
the content of applicants’ correspondence with the European Commission on
that website. This includes the personal data that you may have
communicated to the European Commission (e.g. your private postal
address).

Similarly, the third party publishes on that website any reply that the
Commission will send to the email address of the applicants generated by
the AsktheEU.org website.

If you do not wish your correspondence with the European Commission to be
published on the AsktheEU.org website, you can provide us with an
alternative, private e-mail address for further correspondence.

In that case, the European Commission will send all future electronic
correspondence addressed to you only to that private address.

Yours faithfully,

Access to documents team (RC)
SG.C.1
Transparency

 

From: ve_sg.accessdoc (SG) <[DG CNECT request email]>
Sent: Tuesday, September 17, 2019 4:37 PM
To: Mathias Schindler <[FOI #7294 email]>
Subject: Ares(2019)5812433 - RE: access to documents request -
Notification of German Ancillary Copyright law -- Ref. Gestdem 2019/5319

 

[5]Ares(2019)5812433 - RE: access to documents request - Notification of
German Ancillary Copyright law -- Ref. Gestdem 2019/5319

 

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address.

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effectuées à cette adresse électronique.

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your e-mail dated 17/09/2019. We hereby acknowledge receipt
of your application for access to documents, which was registered on
17/09/2019 under reference number GestDem 2019/5319.

In accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1049/2001 regarding public access to
European Parliament, Council and Commission documents, your application
will be handled within 15 working days.

The time limit will expire on 08/10/2019. In case this time limit needs to
be extended, you will be informed in due course.

You have lodged your application via the AsktheEU.org website. Please note
that this is a private third-party website which has no link with any
institution of the European Union. Therefore, the European Commission
cannot be held accountable for any technical issues or problems linked to
the use of this system.

Please note that the private third party running the AsktheEU.org website
is responsible and accountable for the processing of your personal data
via that website, and not the European Commission. For further information
on your rights, please refer to the third party’s privacy policy.

We understand that the third party running that website usually publishes
the content of applicants’ correspondence with the European Commission on
that website. This includes the personal data that you may have
communicated to the European Commission (e.g. your private postal
address).

Similarly, the third party publishes on that website any reply that the
Commission will send to the email address of the applicants generated by
the AsktheEU.org website.

If you do not wish your correspondence with the European Commission to be
published on the AsktheEU.org website, you can provide us with an
alternative, private e-mail address for further correspondence.

In that case, the European Commission will send all future electronic
correspondence addressed to you only to that private address.

Yours faithfully,

Access to documents team (RC)
SG.C.1
Transparency

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