Better late than never: Spain transposes Directives on copyright and related rights

In order to comply with the transposition obligation – yet with 5 months of delay and with a result that seems to be (at least) questionable – on 3 November 2021, Spain published the Royal Decree-Law 24/2021 on the transposition of, among others, the European Union Directives on copyright and related rights, Directives 2019/789 and 2019/790 (the "Royal Decree-Law"). In this article, we assess the amendments introduced.

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