Not all Links are Equal …

CEPIC urges the Commission to translate its strong political commitment to achieve a fairer allocation of value generated by the online distribution of copyrighted content into meaningful legal solutions to remedy the transfer of value in the image sector and provide a level playing field in the online market.

Creators tell the Commission enough is enough

Pedro Almod├│var, Charles Aznavour, Andrea Bocelli, Daniel Buren, Ennio Morricone, Alejandro Sanz, Albert Uderzo and over 1000 other creators urge the Commission to properly address the transfer of value taking place at their expense online.

ICOMP Open Event on Copyright Reform

We see the Digital Single Market Strategy as great opportunity for EU legislators to be bold and to plug these two loopholes – in a way that will result in a more equitable allocation of value, between those that display images w/o permission and the creators of those images.

A new CEPIC survey: Liability of online platforms

The European Commission envisages legislation in this area and has launchd a Europe-wide and public survey on online platfoms. By answering the survey below, you will support CEPIC in submitting an answer.

The future of copyright reform in the EU

Strasbourg, 24 November 2015 Speech by Vice-President Ansip in charge of the Digital Single Market at the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI) of the University of Strasbourg Ladies and gentlemen, It is a pleasure to be with you today here in in Strasbourg. I very much look forward to our discussion. Mais avant … Continued