Remuneration of authors by online platforms: The UPP supports extended collective licensing

“Extended collective licensing”, a legal tool to be introduced in French law in May 2021, would give authors’ societies the role of collecting and redistributing the amount of royalties owed by platforms (YouTube, Facebook and others) to content to content creators. The UPP supports the legislative steps that aim to put in place mechanism of remuneration of authors by platforms.

Sophie Goossens: Speaker of the CEPIC AI Legal Webinar on 30 June

Sophie Goossens – Partner at Reed Smith LLP, copyright, digital media and technology expert & EU copyright law and public affairs specialist – at the CEPIC Legal Webinar: “AI: Legal Challenges in the EU and Europe” on 30 June. Sing up today!

Mark Milstein: Speaker of the CEPIC AI Legal Webinar on 30 June

Meet Mark Milstein – co-founder and rainmaker at vAIsual.com and Managing Director at Microstocksolutions LLC – at the CEPIC Legal Webinar: “AI: Legal Challenges in the EU and Europe”. Sing up today and don’t miss the 50% discount on the second ticket.

Nancy Wolff: Speaker of the CEPIC AI Legal Webinar

Meet Nancy Wolff – a partner at the intellectual property, media and entertainment law firm of Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard, LLP located in New York – at the CEPIC Legal Webinar: “AI: Legal Challenges in the EU and Europe”. Sing up today and don’t miss the 50% discount on the second ticket.