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Posted in Copyright, Digital Single Market (EU) Nils Rauer

DSM Watch: EU copyright “Value Gap” – A video guide

The European Copyright Directive seeks to strike the right balance between the remuneration received by authors and performers, and the profits made by internet platforms when they make their works accessible. This difference is known as the value gap. Our 4 minute video summary covers the following points:

  • What is it?
  • What’s the issue?
  • What about liability?
  • What’s the challenge?
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Posted in Copyright, Digital Single Market (EU) Penny ThorntonAlastair ShawNils Rauer

DSM Watch: EU Copyright reform – where do we stand?

Reform of EU copyright is the core of the Commission’s Digital Single Market strategy. Various legislative initiatives have been proposed but the “heart” of the reform is without a doubt the proposal for a new copyright directive. While there appears to be a growing consensus on the wording of most articles, a few key provisions remain under debate. In this … Continue Reading