A Wiki that monitors how the EUCD has been applied in differts EU countries
The Campaign for Digital Rights campaigns for fair and balanced laws for the information society.
The EuroLinux Alliance for a Free Information Infrastructure is an open coalition of commercial companies and non-profit associations united to promote and protect a vigourous European Software Culture based on copyright, open standards, open competition and open source software such as Linux. Corporate members or sponsors of EuroLinux develop or sell software under free, semi-free and non-free licenses for operating systems such as GNU/Linux, MacOS or MS Windows.
European Copyright User Platform
Librarian website with up-to-date documentation on intellectual property in the EU and abroad
European Patent Office
Official website of the european patents authority
Free software foundation Europe
The FSF Europe was launched on March 10th 2001 and supports all European aspects of Free Software; especially the GNU Project. They are actively supporting development of Free Software and furthering GNU-based Operating Systems such as GNU/Linux. They also provide an assistance centre for politicians, lawyers and journalists in order to secure the legal, political and social future of Free Software.
IPRsonline.org is an internet portal on Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and Sustainable Development. It contains a selection of relevant online documents and resources related to IPRs and sustainable development including a guide to IPRs, proposals submitted to the WTO, discussion papers classified by topics, a calendar of IPRs related events, latest news on IPRs, and links to listservs and relevant institutions working on IPRs.
Italian website on intellectual property