1,000 members — 100,000 supporters — 20,000 businesses — 50 countries

In 2005 the FFII helped Europe reject a proposal to legitimize the European Patent Office's (EPO) case law. In 2007, the EPO continues to grant software patents and business method patents in violation of the European Patent Convention by applying its own interpretation and "case law", outside of any EU legal framework.

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The FFII is a not-for-profit association active in over fifty countries, dedicated to the development of information goods for the public benefit, based on copyright, free competition, and open standards. More than 850 members, 3,500 companies and 100,000 supporters have entrusted the FFII to act as their voice in public policy questions concerning exclusion rights (intellectual property) in data processing.

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