In 2019, the European Parliament adopted the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive, giving member states until June 2021 to enact new national laws reflecting its provisions. The Copyright Directive has been highly controversial, mainly due to well-founded concerns that it will undermine the free expression of individual internet users who risk having content they try to publish blocked by companies who fear falling foul of the new copyright laws.
- Intellectual property | Copyright
- Live streaming available
- Live stream
- Online link
- Online time
- Number of seats
- Entrance fee
- The webinar is offered free of charge.
Host: European IP Helpdesk
Speaker: Lesly Novak (IP Advisor, European IP Helpdesk Helpline)
After the training, participants should be able to answer the following main questions:
- What is the new text and data mining exception? How does it apply to?
- What are the requirements to benefit from the exception for digital cross-border teaching activities?
- What are cultural heritage institutions allowed to do?
- What does the new right granted to press publications imply?
- How will article 17 impact service providers and users?
- What is the "best-seller" right?
- What is the right of revocation? Why could it be relevant to me
Duration: 60 minutes (presentation) + 15 minutes (Q&As)
Fee: The webinar is offered free of charge.
Assistance: For any technical assistance or questions, please get in touch with our training team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- European IP Helpdesk Training Team