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As of June 7, 2021, Finland has not yet published a draft proposal

Procedure:

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In 2019 the Ministry of Education and Culture initiated an open stakeholder debate series organized around 6 themes to collect all viewpoints and concerns from all stakeholders. Over 100 participants participated in the debates, and a committee formed by representatives from different Ministries was set to oversee the process. In December 2020 the Ministry held an online public hearing on the transposition of Article 17, soliciting feedback on their proposal. 

Article 17:

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Nothing to be seen here yet

Other:

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Nothing to be seen here yet

Bonus:

1 point

In December 2020 the Ministry of Education and Culture held an online public hearing on the transposition of Article 17 in Finland soliciting feedback on a proposed user rights preserving "blocking procedure". The meeting (which was held in English and Finnish) made an important contribution to the discussion about implementing Article 17 in a user rights preserving way. 

While the Finnish implementation process is still in a relatively early stage (there is no public draft of an implementation law yet), the Ministry of Education and Culture has held an exemplary public consultation process on the principles that should underpin the Finnish implementation of the provisions of the Directive.

In 2019 the Ministry organized an open stakeholder debate series organized around 6 themes to collect all viewpoints and concerns from all stakeholders. Over 100 participants participated in the debates, and a committee formed by representatives from different Ministries was set to oversee the process. In December 2021 the Ministry held an online public hearing on the transposition of Article 17 in Finland soliciting feedback on a proposed user rights preserving "blocking procedure".


Local partners: Our partner has been Open Knowledge Finland


For more information please see our implementation tracking page for Finland.

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