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Out of office: EU Copyright reform: where are we now




Op 8 december organiseert Kennisland een bijeenkomst over de ontwikkelingen van de laatste jaren rondom copyrights en de Europese Commissie.

Uit de aankondiging:

"We are happy to invite you to the 15th edition of Out of Office on 8 December 2017 from 17:00 to 19:00 at Spring House. During this Out of Office we will reflect with Ms Julia Reda, Member of the European Parliament, on the recent developments concerning the ongoing copyright reform in Europe. Come and join us in search of new insights, encounters and inspiration, while enjoying music, drinks and snacks!

Julia Reda is Member of the European Parliament for the Greens/EFA group and a co-founder for the Parliament’s current Digital Agenda intergroup. She is an advocate for a free Europe with open borders, open communication structures and the relaxation and harmonisation of copyright laws. Reda will share her thoughts on the ongoing copyright reform and whether progress has been made since the DSM Directive (more info below) was proposed by the European Commission.

Representatives of different sectors, among which Rita Zipora, a Dutch singer-songwriter, are invited to respond to her exposition to further examine the different perspectives we see in the copyright reform debate. As always, we will close the evening in good company, with good fingerfood and some jazz music.

Just over a year ago the European Commission proposed the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive) to reform copyright in the European Union1. It is about time that the European copyright landscape is improved and adapted to the 21st centuryShould online platforms (automatically) filter out copyright-protected content?, since the last Directive concerning copyright originates from 2001, from a time before Facebook, iPhones, YouTube, Instagram, etc. Besides creating new opportunities, technological developments have also generated a legal void on various issues22RegulationWe have argued that regulation is needed for content filtering although not in the way the Commission has proposed.

Waar en wanneer:
  • 8 december 2017, 17:00-19:00
  • Spring House, Amsterdam
Meer informatie:

Locatie:
Provincie Noord-Holland

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