Software patents directive 1st reading details BUDG

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Political Memory: Directive on patentability of "computer-implemented inventions" (software patents), 1st reading, Results in Detail for Committee on Budgets

Rank MEP Final score Amendments 52, 54/rév, 68 Amendments 29, 41, 59 Amendment 69 Amendments 55/rév., 97, 108, 1st part Amendment 16, 1st part Amendment 16, 2nd part Amendment 16 (paragraph 2) Amendment 70 Amendment 60 Amendment 72 Amendment 76, 1st part Amendment 76, 2nd part Amendment 71, 1st part Amendment 71, 2nd part Amendment 81 Amendments 34, 115 Amendment 74 Amendment 75 Proposition modifiée Résolution

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  • Amendments 52, 54/rév, 68: Reject the directive - recommendation: for, coefficient: 4
  • Amendments 29, 41, 59: Stated Purpose of directive: limits of patentability with respect to automated data processing - recommendation: for, coefficient: 4
  • Amendment 69: Definition of technical contribution excluding processing, handling, and presentation of information - recommendation: for, coefficient: 5
  • Amendments 55/rév., 97, 108, 1st part: Definition of a technical field by the use of controllable forces of nature - recommendation: for, coefficient: 5
  • Amendment 16, 1st part: Definition of a computer-implemented invention - recommendation: against, coefficient: 4
  • Amendment 16, 2nd part: Definition of inventive step by a technical contribution - recommendation: against, coefficient: 4
  • Amendment 16 (paragraph 2): Requirement of a technical contribution to meet the inventive step requirement - recommendation: against, coefficient: 4
  • Amendment 70: Definition of a technical contribution by constitution of a a new teaching on cause-effect relations in the use of controllable forces of nature - recommendation: for, coefficient: 5
  • Amendment 60: Exclusion of computer-implemented solutions from patentability when they improve efficiency in the use of resources within the data processing system - recommendation: for, coefficient: 5
  • Amendment 72: Inadmissibility of patent claims on a computer program, alone or on a data medium - recommendation: for, coefficient: 4
  • Amendment 76, 1st part: No infringement when a patented technique is used for the purpose of interoperability - recommendation: for, coefficient: 4
  • Amendment 76, 2nd part: Limitation of the absence of infringement by the three-steps test when a patented technique is use for the purpose of interoperability - recommendation: against, coefficient: 4
  • Amendment 71, 1st part: Monitoring of directive with regard to SMEs' innovation - recommendation: for, coefficient: 1
  • Amendment 71, 2nd part: Research of solutions to ease access to patents for SMEs - recommendation: against, coefficient: 2
  • Amendment 81: Parlementary control of EPO - recommendation: for, coefficient: 3
  • Amendments 34, 115: Delete a recital allowing patentability of algorithms - recommendation: for, coefficient: 4
  • Amendment 74: Recital requiring that source code be include in a patent description - recommendation: against, coefficient: 2
  • Amendment 75: Recital recalling patentability principles that exclude inventions belonging to public domain, implying that some software can be considered in this way and therefore could be patentable - recommendation: against, coefficient: 2
  • Proposition modifiée: Proposition as amended - recommendation: none
  • Résolution: Position of the European Parliament in first reading as stated in the previously amended proposition - recommendation: none



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