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Your copyrights as an employee

Marelisa Blanco, the “Dibugada“, which is a word play with the meaning of cartoonist (“dibujante” in Spanish) and lawyer (“abogada” in Spanish), explains what to consider about your rights for works you create in the company where you work as an employee. Moral rights might not apply in some jurisdictions such as in the USA. Here you can follow Marelisa… Read more →

Registering drafts

Copyright laws state that in order for copyrights to be born, the works must be final. This made special sense in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries when in order to register a work it was essential to provide physical copies of them. In such a context it made sense to conclude that a work was a work when it was… Read more →

Summary South Korea Event

On June 27 we had the honor to participate, invited by the Government of South Korea, at an event about copyright. The Korean Copyright Commission organized an event around public licenses and new technologies. South Korea’s culture minister chaired the conference. We were one of the companies invited to share their experience and knowledge as the world’s leading private registry… Read more →

How to customize your new Safe Stamper subscription account

Safe Stamper is releasing a new model of accounts more flexible, easier to customize and adapt to your needs.   Setting up your custom Safe Stamper account from €80. With the new accounts, starting at €80 per year, you can have an account from which to certify online content which includes:  Two additional email addresses to send certified emails. Three certified browsing sessions per… Read more →

Clarifications about the new Copyright Directive

On Sept. 12, the European Parliament passed the new Copyright Directive for the European Single Market. This marks the beginning of the three-party negotiations necessary before the final approval of the Directive, which will be subject to vote soon, at the beginning of 2019. If the final version after these negotiations passes, each EU country shall have a maximum of… Read more →