Russia is the second in Marsden Archive’s series of mailers designed to highlight Simon’s unique photographic vision.
StockFood GmbH, one of Germany’s leading photo agencies, and Science Photo Library (SPL), the world’s leading source of science and medicine content, announce today a strategic partnership aimed to deliver SPL’s stunning collection of scientific imagery to the German market.
New plainpicture licensing model
Today the European Commission has published its proposals for copyright in the digital age. Copyright is the economic foundation for Europe’s cultural and creative sectors, which employ more than 7 million people with a wide range of skills. It stimulates creation, innovation, investment, production and dissemination of creative works, and has made it possible for the creative and cultural sectors to meet consumer demand for legal online content.
“I want journalists, publishers and authors to be paid fairly for their work, whether it is made in studios or living rooms, whether it is disseminated offline or online, whether it is published via a copying machine or commercially hyperlinked on the web.”–President Juncker, State of the Union 2016
On 14 September 2016 the European Commission published its copyright package including a draft directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market for promoting a “fair and efficient European copyright-based economy”. A step in the right direction for the creative industries online. More work is needed to protect image providers effectively.
Keynote and panel discussion organised by ICOMP on the status of Google’s antitrust investigations.
CW! has taken note of today’s verdict from the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in the GS Media v Sanoma Media case (C-160/15).
This is the European Commission’s press release on the fine imposed on Apple.
Louis Zaal, founder of Hollandse Hoogte, passed away on 20th August 2016.