Adobe content authenticity initiative and CEPIC

Adobe/ Andy Parsons contacted CEPIC with regards to the Content Authenticity Initiative.  The Content Authenticity Initiative (CAI) was announced by Adobe in partnership with The New York Times Company and Twitter in 2019. Since that time, Adobe is seeking cooperation with representatives from commercial organizations (software tools, publishers, social media) and has collaborated with human rights … Continued

The French Ministry of Culture supports authors rights

ENGLISH TRANSLATION Here are the important points to be retained from our common reflections of 25/09: Related to the intervention of Sylvie Fodor, CEPIC : Each Member State must, on the basis of the directive, transpose it into national law. Each one can, within reason, change or specify a certain number of elements in relation … Continued

Fifth Stakeholder Dialogue January 16th

On January 16th, the European Commission opened the year with the 5th of ist series of meetings within Art. 17-10 of the EU Copyright Directive. This is the third and last phase of the Stakeholder Dialogue.

Fourth Stakeholder Dialogue December 16th

Here are the time of appearances with presentations. If you have to watch one, then watch Facebook’s presentation followed by questions. Images and why Facebook are not proposing any kind of protection for them come at 10.46 H.

Second Stakeholder Dialogue November 05th

On 5th November CEPIC participated in the Second Meeting of the Stakeholder Dialogue on the implementation of the EU Copyright Directive. The objective of this high level meeting is to hear stakeholders’ views and to discuss possible practical solutions for the application of Article 17. The European Commission will establish rules for “Best Practices”.