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Posted in Copyright Penny ThorntonAlastair Shaw

Commission’s notice on Brexit and copyright: Is it as bad as it sounds?

On 28 March 2018 the Commission published a Notice to Stakeholders on the Withdrawal of the UK and EU rules in the field of Copyright. The Notice reminds stakeholders that, unless the UK comes to an agreement with the EU, there will be legal repercussions to Brexit.

The Commission Notice says that all EU “primary and secondary law will … Continue Reading

Posted in Copyright, Digital Single Market (EU) Dr. Nils RauerEva Vonau

DSM Watch: A closer look at the draft EU Regulation on online transmissions of broadcasting organisations and closed networks

Last week, the European Commission officially released a communication on its endeavours to modernize the EU copyright rules. The paper was accompanied by several – long awaited – legislative proposals aiming for modelling future European copyright law (see blog post).

Following-up on our introductory blog post last week, we now take a closer look at the proposed Regulation on … Continue Reading