Tagged With: EU Information Society Directive
Fine-tuning European copyright law to strike a balance between the rights of owners and users
This journal article argues that the EU Information Society Directive of 2001 does not achieve harmonisation of copyright law across the EU, using an analysis of the treatment of technological protection measures to demonstrate that the directive has been implemented differently in each member state.
Extended Collective Licenses and the Nordic Experience: It's a Hybrid but is it a Volvo or a Lemon?
This journal article considers whether extended collective licensing schemes can be imported into jurisdictions outside the Nordic countries, where they originated.
Assessment of the Orphan works issues and Costs for Rights Clearance
A report commissioned by the European Parliament that provides data on the extent of orphan works held in European heritage institutions, and the costs involved in diligent search and rights clearance.
An Overview of the EU Information Society Directive
This short paper provides an overview of the EU Information Society Directive and questions whether its intended effects will materialise.