TAFTA INTA 20140425

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Background[modifier]

On 25 April next, the “International Trade” (INTA) committee of the European Parliament will vote on a draft resolution on the proposed EU-US trade agreement, the “Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement” (TAFTA), also touted as the “Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership” (TTIP). After the ACTA, SOPA, PIPA and CETA fights, once again the negotiators of this new trade agreement try to use it as an opportunity to impose online repression. With the Thursday's vote, Members of the European Parliament can and must remove “intellectual property” provisions from the negotiations, and avoid an undemocratic trade agreement that will inflicts the worst of both regimes’ rules on the other party. Instead, the current version of the resolution that will be put to vote on Thursday propose to “include strong protection of intellectual property rights (IPR)” in TAFTA.

The complete list of the amendments (version française)

LQDN's press release

Email send by LQDN to INTA MEPs[modifier]

Subject: LQDN voting recommendations on TAFTA resolution

Dear INTA MEP,

Tomorrow, you will vote on a resolution regarding the proposed EU-US trade agreement, the “Trans-Atlantic Free Trade Agreement” (TAFTA), also touted as the “Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership” (TTIP).

After ACTA, SOPA, PIPA and CETA, once again we fear that the negotiators of this new trade agreement will try to use it as an opportunity to impose online repression in the name of copyright enforcement. We therefore urge you to exclude “intellectual property” provisions from the negotiations, and avoid an undemocratic trade agreement that will inflict the worst of both regimes’ rules on the other party. More generally in the context of trade negotiations, we call on the Parliament to let the door open to the evolution of copyright and patents to adapt these legal regimes to the digital era.

To that end:

  • please adopt amendments excluding provisions related to so-called “intellectual property” from TAFTA, as well as those calling for a more sensible approach to copyright enforcement and transparency on the upcoming negotiations, such as amendments 1, 67, 114 and 121.
  • please reject amendments calling for the inclusion of stronger copyright enforcement in TAFTA, in particular amendment 115.

You can find our full voting recommendations at the following address : https://www.laquadrature.net/wiki/TAFTA_INTA_20140425

Sincerely, LQDN

INTA MEPs : emma.mcclarkin@europarl.europa.eu; damien.abad@europarl.europa.eu; amelia.andersdotter@europarl.europa.eu; Amelia.andersdotter@europarl.europa.eu; josefa.andresbarea@europarl.europa.eu; laimaliucija.andrikiene@europarl.europa.eu; john.attard-montalto@europarl.europa.eu; maria.badiaicutchet@europarl.europa.eu; francesca.balzani@europarl.europa.eu; catherine.bearder@europarl.europa.eu; george.becali@europarl.europa.eu; jose.bove@europarl.europa.eu; david.campbellbannerman@europarl.europa.eu; daniel.caspary@europarl.europa.eu; mariaauxiliadora.correazamora@europarl.europa.eu; georgesabin.cutas@europarl.europa.eu; william.dartmouth@europarl.europa.eu; mario.david@europarl.europa.eu; harlem.desir@europarl.europa.eu; albert.dess@europarl.europa.eu; christofer.fjellner@europarl.europa.eu; norbert.glante@europarl.europa.eu; bela.glattfelder@europarl.europa.eu; malgorzata.handzlik@europarl.europa.eu; jacky.henin@europarl.europa.eu; salvatore.iacolino@europarl.europa.eu; yannick.jadot@europarl.europa.eu; syed.kamall@europarl.europa.eu; ioannis.kasoulides@europarl.europa.eu; metin.kazak@europarl.europa.eu; franziska.keller@europarl.europa.eu; silvana.koch-mehrin@europarl.europa.eu; mariaeleni.koppa@europarl.europa.eu; elisabeth.koestinger@europarl.europa.eu; bernd.lange@europarl.europa.eu; joerg.leichtfried@europarl.europa.eu; joerg.leichtfried@europarl.europa.eu; marine.lepen@europarl.europa.eu; david.martin@europarl.europa.eu; vital.moreira@europarl.europa.eu; paul.murphy@europarl.europa.eu; cristiana.muscardini@europarl.europa.eu; franck.proust@europarl.europa.eu; godelieve.quisthoudt-rowohl@europarl.europa.eu; miloslav.ransdorf@europarl.europa.eu; niccolo.rinaldi@europarl.europa.eu; libor.roucek@europarl.europa.eu; tokia.saifi@europarl.europa.eu; matteo.salvini@europarl.europa.eu; marielle.desarnez@europarl.europa.eu; david.sassoli@europarl.europa.eu; marietje.schaake@europarl.europa.eu; helmut.scholz@europarl.europa.eu; peter.stastny@europarl.europa.eu; robert.sturdy@europarl.europa.eu; gianluca.susta@europarl.europa.eu; konrad.szymanski@europarl.europa.eu; inese.vaidere@europarl.europa.eu; jaroslaw.walesa@europarl.europa.eu; iuliu.winkler@europarl.europa.eu; jan.zahradil@europarl.europa.eu; pablo.zalbabidegain@europarl.europa.eu; pawel.zalewski@europarl.europa.eu;



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Amendment 1 +++

Marietje Schaake

Citation 5

– having regard to its earlier resolutions, inparticular the resolution of 23 October 2012 on trade and economic relations with the United States; and of 15 November 2012 on a digital freedom strategy in EU Foreign Policy,

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Amendment 3 +

Helmut Scholz

Citation 7 a (new)

– having regard to its resolution of 25 November 2010 on human rights and social and environmental standards in international trade agreements,

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Amendment 4 +

Tokia Saïfi

Citation 7 a (new)

– having regard to the 2005 Unesco Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions,

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Amendment 20 +

Henri Weber

Recital D a (new) Da. whereas the 2005 Unesco Convention on the Protection and Promotion of the Diversity of Cultural Expressions enshrines the sovereign right of the States Party, including the EU, to establish and implement cultural policies and measures for the protection and promotion of cultural diversity, and whereas, unlike

other EU partner countries, the United States is not a signatory to this text;

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DÉFINITIONS Aux fins de la présente Convention, il est entendu que : 1. Diversité culturelle « Diversité culturelle » renvoie à la multiplicité des formes par lesquelles les cultures des groupes et des sociétés trouvent leur expression. Ces expressions se transmettent au sein des groupes et des sociétés et entre eux. La diversité culturelle se manifeste non seulement dans les formes variées à travers lesquelles le patrimoine culturel de l’humanité est exprimé, enrichi et transmis grâce à la variété des expressions culturelles, mais aussi à travers divers modes de création artistique, de production, de diffusion, de distribution et de jouissance des expressions culturelles, quels que soient les moyens et les technologies utilisés.

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Amendment 21 +

Helmut Scholz

Recital D a (new)

Da. whereas there is a great amount of regulatory divergence between the EU and the US especially concerning different approaches towards social policy, state subsidy rules, environmental, consumer and data protection, agricultural production and rules of origin; whereas the European Parliament throughout its years of existence has made clear its position on those controversial issues while remaining committed to the deepening of political and economic relations with the US;

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Amendment 34 ++

Yannick Jadot

Recital G a (new)

Ga. whereas Parliament in its resolution of 23 October 2012 commends the Interim Report of the HLWG, but reiterates the necessity of "taking into historical account transatlantic divergence on issues such as the planting of genetically modified organisms and certain questions regarding animal welfare" (Paragraph 10); emphasises "that an alignment of EU and US regulatory standards should aim at reaching the highest common standard and, thereby, also improve the product safety for consumers" (Paragraph 11); "takes the view that given the increasing importance of e-commerce, data protection standards play an essential role in protecting customers both in the EU and US" (Paragraph 16); "underlines that the EU and the US maintain highly different definitions of public services and

services of general economic interest, and recommends precise definitions of these terms" (Paragraph 19);

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Amendment 49 +

Yannick Jadot

Paragraph 1 a (new)

1a. Stresses the need to accompany the TTIP by the formulation of an ambitious common European industrial policy informing the Union's position on industrial tariff elimination, raw material and energy policy, competition and IP policy, localization and performance requirements, the role of public procurement for the switch to a greeneconomy, and regulatory cooperation on future technologies;

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Amendment 67 +++

Helmut Scholz

Paragraph 4

4. Notes the release of the HLWG Final Report; recommends to postpone the decision to launch negotiations for a comprehensive trade and investment agreement until a high quality impact assessment has been prepared, and a transparent, informative and comprehensive consultations with all economic stakeholders and the civil society have been conducted, including among others trade unions, organisations from the agricultural sector, environmental organisations, organisations working on civil liberties, internet freedom and data protection, health costs, financial market regulations, and cultural diversity issues;

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Amendment 78 +

Henri Weber

Paragraph 6 b (new)

6b. Highlights, in a similar vein, the fact that the protection of personal data is one of the values of the European Union to which the European Parliament has demonstrated its commitment through its work, debates and votes on the SWIFT (bank details) PNR (passenger name records) and ACTA (the fight against counterfeiting and piracy) agreements;

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Amendment 80 +

Françoise Castex

Paragraph 6 c (new) 6c. Considers that, in view of developments in the exchange of information over the internet, the storage

and processing of data is becoming a major strategic issue concerning the privacy of all citizens; points out that the EU is in the process of drawing up new rules in this field; stresses that the negotiations with the United States must not interfere with EU legislation in this field;

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Amendment 86 +

Marietje Schaake, Metin Kazak

Paragraph 8

8. Reiterates its support for a comprehensive trade and investment agreement with the US, based on common values, including the protection and promotion of human rights, fundamental freedoms and international security, that would support the creation of high-quality jobs for European workers, would directly benefit European consumers, would open new opportunities for EU companies to sell goods and services in the US and would improve opportunities for EU investments in the US;;

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Amendment 93++

Helmut Scholz
Paragraph 9
9. Calls on the Council to follow up on the recommendations contained in the HLWG Final Report and to authorise without delay the Commission to start negotiations for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreementwith the US; 9. Calls on the Council not to authorise the Commission to start negotiations for a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement with the U.S., as long as a decent impact assessment is lacking and comprehensive and transparent consultations with civil society and all stakeholders are still to beheld;

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Amendment 96 +

Yannick Jadot
Paragraph 10
10. Underlines that such an agreement must be ambitious and binding on all levels of government, on all regulators and other competent authorities of both sides; stresses that the agreement must lead to genuine market openness and trade facilitation on the ground, and should pay particular attention to ways of achieving greater transatlantic regulatory convergence; considers that the agreement should not risk prejudicing the Union's cultural and linguistic diversity; 10. Underlines that it expects the negotiating mandate to contain a firm stance that the Union acquis with regard to the protection of health, product safety, animal welfare and environment is non negotiable, as well as the confirmation of principles underlying the existing Union regulatory activity, such as the precautionary principle, the right of data protection, the respect of collective preferences, the multi-functionality of agricultural activity, and subsidiarity; stresses that a possible agreement must not risk prejudicing the Union's cultural and linguistic diversity as well as the functioning of public services;

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Amendment 107 +

Henri Weber

Paragraph 10 a (new)

10a. Considers it essential for the EU and its Member States to maintain the possibility of preserving and developing their cultural and audiovisual policies, and to do so in the context of their existing laws, standards and agreements; calls, therefore, for the exclusion of cultural and audiovisual services, including those provided online, to be clearly stated in the negotiating mandate;

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Amendment 108 +

Nora Berra, Marielle de Sarnez, Marie-Thérèse Sanchez-Schmid

Paragraph 10 a (new)

10a. Considers nevertheless that such an agreement, like any other EU trade agreement, should in no way jeopardise the Union’s cultural and linguistic diver sity and accordingly urges that the audiovisual sector be excluded from the scope of the negotiations;

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Amendment 114 +++

Françoise Castex

Paragraph 11

11. Stresses that the agreement must include strong protection of intellectual property rights (IPR), including geographical indications; believes that other areas of divergence in IPR should be solved in line with international standards of protection;

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Amendment 115 ---

Henri Weber Paragraph 11
11. Stresses that the agreement must include strong protection of intellectual property rights (IPR), including geographical indications; believes that other areas of divergence in IPR should be solved in line with international standards of protection; 11. Stresses that it is essential for this agreement to guarantee maximum protection levels and the effective implementation of provisions concerning personal data and intellectual and industrial property rights, including geographical indications;

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Amendment 116 +

Yannick Jadot, Amelia Andersdotter
Paragraph 11
11. Stresses that the agreement must include strong protection of intellectual property rights (IPR), including geographical indications; believes that other areas of divergence in IPR should be solved in line with international standards of protection; 11. Stresses that the protection of intellectual property rights (IPR) is an area of deep transatlantic divergences which requires prior agreement on exceptions to rights, limitations on remedies, and proportionate enforcement, and therefore should be left to a later stage of negotiations; recommends the Council to make US agricultural market access conditional to an agreement on geographical indications;

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Amendment 117 +

Marietje Schaake, Metin Kazak
Paragraph 11
11. Stresses that the agreement must include strong protection of intellectual property rights (IPR), including geographical indications; believes that other areas of divergence in IPR should be solved in line with international standards of protection; 11. Stresses that the agreement must include relevant protection of precisely and clearly defined areas of intellectual property rights (IPR) such as geographical indications; believes that other areas of divergence in IPR should be solved in line with international standards; emphasizes that the agreement should be future proof and should capitalize on the vast potential of the digital economy and e-commerce without limiting the EU in its need to reform and harmonize its IPR mechanisms;

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Amendment 119 --

Christofer Fjellner

Paragraph 11

11. Stresses that the agreement must include strong protection of intellectual property rights (IPR), including geographical indications; believes that other areas of divergence in IPR should be solved in line with international standards of protection;

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Amendment 121 +++

Marietje Schaake

Paragraph 11

11a. Stresses that given the rejection of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement (ACTA), prompted by concerns about restrictions on digital freedoms and the open internet, online copyright enforcement, as well as intermediary liability, these measures should not be included or aimed at in the TTIP agreement, neither by explicitly binding provisions nor by introducing or committing to restrictive interpretation or implementation of relevant EU law;

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Amendment 164 ++

Yannick Jadot

Paragraph 13 c (new)

13c. Considers that the well functioning domestic court systems and robust property rights protections of both partners make special investor protection provisions dispensable; calls on the Council to exclude the faculty of Investor-to-State Dispute Settlement from the negotiating mandate;

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Amendment 174 ++

Yannick Jadot

Paragraph 15

15. Recalls Calls on the Council to condition the opening of negotiations to an agreement with the US on transparency, which includes the timely publication of draft texts in all stages of the negotiations; recalls the need for continuous engagement with the stakeholders, including business, environmental, consumer, labour and other representatives, throughout the negotiation process, in order to ensure fact-based discussions and foster public support;

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Amendment 175 +

Helmut Scholz

Paragraph 15

15. Recalls the need for continuous engagement with the general public and stakeholders, including business, environmental, consumer, labour and other representatives, throughout the negotiation process, in order to ensure fact-based discussions and foster public support , encourage public opinion formation and seriously take into account the concerns being raised; therefore calls for the highest possible degree of transparency for the negotiation documents;

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Amendment 176 +

Marietje Schaake, Metin Kazak

Paragraph 15

15. Recalls the need for continuous transparency, engagement with the stakeholders, including business, environmental, consumer, labour, civil liberties and other representatives, throughout the negotiation process, in order to ensure fact-based discussions, proportionate input from various sides and to foster public support;

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Amendment 177 +

Robert Sturdy

Paragraph 15

15. Recalls the need for continuous and transparent engagement with the stakeholders, including business, environmental, consumer, labour and other representatives, throughout the negotiation process, in order to ensure fact-based discussions and foster public support;

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Amendment 190 +

Marietje Schaake, Silvana Koch-Mehrin
Paragraph 17
17. Looks forward to the launch of negotiations with the US, following them closely and to contributing to their successful outcome; reminds the Commission of its obligation to keep Parliament immediately and fully informed at all stages of the negotiations (before and after the negotiating rounds); is committed to address the legislative and regulatory issues that may arise from the negotiations and the future agreement; 17. Looks forward to the launch of negotiations with the US, following them closely and to contributing to their successful outcome; stresses that a maximum level of transparency, and pro- active outreach by the Commission to multiple stakeholders and citizens is indispensable to build trust in the negotiations and support for its result;

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Amendment 194 +

Marietje Schaake, Silvana Koch-Mehrin

Paragraph 17 a (new)

17a. Reminds the Commission of its obligation to keep Parliament immediately and fully informed at all stages of the negotiations (before and after the negotiating rounds); is committed to address the legislative and regulatory issues that may arise from the negotiations and the future agreement;

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Amendment 197 ++

Marietje Schaake, Metin Kazak

Paragraph 18 a (new)

18a. Welcomes all citizens, business, environmental, consumer, labour, civil society and other representatives to actively participate and put forward initiatives and information relevant to the negotiations; reiterates its basic responsibility to represent the citizens of the European Union and looks forward to facilitate inclusive and open discussions during the negotiating process;

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Amendment 198 +

Maria Badia i Cutchet

Paragraph 20

20. Recalls that Parliament will endeavour to monitor the implementation of the future agreement and will be demanding, ambitious and rigorous in its monitoring task;

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