Tagged With: accessibility

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Research
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.
Marcella Favale, 2008
Policy & Evidence
Scoping Study on Copyright and Related Rights and the Public Domain
This report offers a definition of the public domain, compares national legislation, surveys various initiatives that aim to strengthen and make the public domain more accessible and usable, and finishes with relevant recommendations for the World Intellectual Property Organisation.
Severine Dusollier, 2011
Policy & Evidence
Copyright in the Knowledge Economy
This communication summarises the results of a public consultation on the Green Paper on Copyright in the Knowledge Economy.
European Commission, 2009
Policy & Evidence
Towards a modern, more European copyright framework
This communication outlines the European Commission's plans to further develop the digital single market by enabling cross-border portability of content services, allowing out-of-commerce works to be made available, facilitating text-and-data mining, enabling preservation copying, clarifying the panorama and illustration for teaching exceptions, and implementing the Marrakesh Treaty to Facilitate Access to Published Works for Persons who are Blind, Visually Impaired or Otherwise Print Disabled, amongst other aims and objectives.
European Commission, 2015