BAPLA, a trade association representing picture libraries and agencies in the UK, has released its Online Copyright Infringement Report based on data collected in the autumn of 2019.
CEPIC and EVA invited to a “working breakfast” on Copyright in the Digital Single Market: Images, Search Engines, Framing in the European Parliament. CEPIC’s presentation is now available.
This post provides a definition of the Value Gap from the perspective of the picture industry
This could be soon the case if the proposition voted unanimously in the French Senate in February is adopted in second reading by the National Assembly on 23 March.
In June 2015, CEPIC published a Position Paper calling for a better protection of creative works online. The White Paper provides policy recommendations on Framing, Host Provider Privilege and Implied Consent.
A new study in the UK confirms that consumers are usually not pirates. We re-publish here a blog originally published on the ICOMP website. What CEPIC has to say on the subject.