Copyright in the Digital Age

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Why Europe’s New Copyright Proposals Are Bad News for the Internet

Why Europe’s New Copyright Proposals Are Bad News for the Internet The proposals aren’t just bad for Google, but for everyone, David Meyer argues in Fortune The proposals, argues Meyer,  would allow publishers to try wrangling fees out of others for any “use of the work”—a dangerously vague term in this context. What’s more, they’d get […]

‘EU copyright legislation will not change in UK after Brexit’ argues Kaye

‘EU copyright legislation will not change in UK after Brexit’ argues Kaye Lawyer Laurie Kaye has blogged  “I’m going to stick my neck out: whatever the nature of the UK’s exit from membership of the European Union and our subsequent relationship with the EU as a third country, EU copyright law will remain central to UK […]

EU copyright reform proposals “sensible” say publishers

EU copyright reform proposals “sensible” say publishers Commenting on the publication in September  of the Commission’s copyright reform package, Stephen Lotinga, Chief Executive of the Publishers Association, said: “This is a sensible set of proposals which recognises the role of both publisher and author within the copyright framework. “In a number of areas such as […]

Publishers stress importance of Robust Copyright Regime Post Brexit

Publishers stress importance of robust copyright regime post Brexit UK copyright law must continue to operate in a way that allows news media companies to continue to invest in agenda setting journalism and creative content as the UK leaves the European Union, the News Media Association has said. In a submission to a Culture, Media […]

 
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