The reason that you cannot find the information you need is because of pressure from certain groups.
A pressure group can be described as an organised group that seeks to influence government policy or legislation.
Pressure group can be a huge organisation which represents 50,000 businesses, and it can also be a single-issue locally based organisation which represents less than 30 media companies. The definition also does not distinguish between the more extreme pressure groups such as the <Protection of the Rights of the Entertainment Industry of the Netherlands>. <BREINs>, whose campaigns include the illegal activities such as DDoS attacks and shutdowns of alleged piracy sites, and the other such DMCA supporter spressure groups , which have links to the Labour government and regular contact with cabinet ministers.
The aim of all pressure groups is to influence the people who actually have the power to make decisions. Pressure groups do not look for the power of political office for themselves, but do seek to influence the decisions made by those who do hold this political power. Often pressure groups find themselves competing with rival pressure groups with the aim of gaining an advantage over them, but sometimes groups work together to achieve a common aim.
Pressure groups provide a means of popular participation in national politics between elections. They are sometimes able to gather sufficient support to force government to amend or even scrap legislation. For example, copyright supporters are any individual or group that has a personal stake in a business. This can include business owners, investors, shareholders, vendors, suppliers, employees, customers, and people that live in the local community where a business operates. Although stakeholders can pressure a business to make changes or to address specific issues that they find concerning, their main interest in a business is to help it succeed or to regulate that business’s activities if it impacts the local community in a negative way. For example, let’s say you own a computer software company, and one of your major investors asks you to develop a new product to sell to your customers. That investor has a direct stake in the success of that new product, and will likely offer financing and other incentives to persuade you to agree to his wishes..
Pressure groups also provide a means of participation in local politics between elections. Pressure groups also act as a sense of specialist knowledge, and often have access to information that is highly valued by decision makers. For example, the European Commission held a hearing on Digital Restrictions Management–and arranged it so that the representatives of the public ended up with zero minutes to speak. Only the media companies were allowed to speak.
A pressure groups can use a variety of different methods to influence law. Firstly, it can merely inform legislators of its member’s preferences. Second it may well give money or time to help with an election campaign. Third, its members may threaten, as a group, to vote as a bloc. By doing this they promise to help a cooperative legislator, and threaten to harm a non-cooperative legislator. Fourth, a pressure group may speed up legislation by writing bills and helping legislators make progressive agreements. Finally, a pressure group my attempt to influence members of the executive, who have some law making input and who can partly decide the strength and effectiveness of law enforcement.