CEPIC’s first Legal Webinar will revolve around Art. 15 and Art. 17 of the EU Directive. A follow- up of the successful Legal Worshop at CEPIC Congress 2019 in Paris is now open for registration.
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Ahead of the meeting of 19 June between EU leaders to discuss the Commission’s Recovery Fund, 94 organisations representing the whole spectrum of Europe’s cultural and creative sector have issued a joint call for strong and systemic support measures at EU and national level to recover from the crisis.
As US Congress is expected to update the Digital Millennium Copyright Act this year, Nancy Wolff analyses the long awaited Copyright Office report on 512 (c) of Title 17 of the Digital Millenium Copyright Act.
After introducing a series of features for their members during the COVID-19 pandemic and a weekly donation of 5% from all sales to the WHO’s Solidarity Response Fund in March, Dreamstime is now taking corporate responsibility further and adds a relief stimulus for its contributors.
The third survey of the German Picture market has now been published. It took place in February 2020, immediately before the considerable changes in public life in Germany due to the Covid 19 pandemic. For the first time, photographers* as well as picture agencies took part in this annual survey.
The embedded Creator/Credit/Copyright notice as filled in the IPTC fields are now more visible in the Google Image Viewer.
For the first time the CEPIC Annual General Meeting will be virtual. This is the possibility for members and affiliates to attend, at least in part. The AGM is divided into slots that may be attended separately. A registration link is provided.
TopFoto has secured exclusive rights to organise and represent this small but fascinating collection, much of which has never been seen.
The CEPIC AGM will take place on the 17 of June 2020 from 13:00 to 18 Hours.