Tag: copyright law

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In 5 minutes: The European Commission’s new Copyright Directive

Last year, on September 14th, the European Commission proposed a package of modern rules “for European culture to flourish and circulate”. (We encourage you to read the complete press release for more detailed information.) This package of rules is a key part of the European Commission’s Digital Single Market Strategy (DMSM). We think it is important for you to know… Read more →

Evidence of Copyright Protection under International Copyright Treaties

Copyright law is a set of rights belonging to authors and other rights owners (performers, producers, broadcasters …). Copyright laws provide procedures in cases of infringement of exclusive rights, protection of rights of remuneration, and, in some jurisdictions, provide moral rights. These laws offer protection to the holder of the copyright, whether the rights belong to the author, a third… Read more →