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The European Parliament has today voted to formally approve the new Copyright Directive. MEPs voted to adopt the text without amendments with 348 votes in favour and 274 against.
Eleonora Rosati begins our series of articles considering key provisions of the EU Directive on copyright in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive). First up, the Article 15 press publishers' right.
After two years of heated discussions and delays as previously reported on MediaWrites, the European Parliament today gave its seal of approval to the proposed EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, ...
Musicians, Memes and Mandatory Exceptions: an overview of the proposed Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market from Francine Cunningham, Bird & Bird Senior Public Affairs Manager in Brussels
Head of the Media, Entertainment and Sport Group, Phil Sherrell, and Senior Public Affairs Manager Francine Cunningham provide the latest on the EU Copyright Directive.
While dissenting views around the proposed EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market have focused on the role of online content service providers and press publishers, new exceptions for text and data ...
In the latest article in our EU Copyright Directive series, Will Smith looks at Article 19 and the transparency obligation which aim to reset relations between the originators of creative content, authors and ...
In the latest article in our EU Copyright Directive series, Edouard Treppoz and Geraldine Arbant discuss the 'Best-Seller Clause', which will have far-reaching implications for the creative industries.
In the latest in our series on the EU's new copyright Directive, Niels Lutzhöft explains one of the most controversial provisions: Article 17 on the liability of online content sharing platforms.
Following on from Eleonora Rosati's look at Article 15, Benoit Van Asbroeck and Charlotte Haine take a look at the next key provision in MediaWrites' series on the EU Copyright Directive, providing an overview of ...