Google wants to bypass France’s neighbouring rights

By |september 25th, 2019|EU copyright directive, France, Google, media, neighbouring rights, News, press editors|

Google, the American digital giant, does not want to pay its due when the EU copyright directive comes into force in France. The online platform prefers to modify Google News rather than pay online news publishers. EURACTIV France reports.

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Copyright debate nearing end as MEPs rubber stamp plans

By |februar 27th, 2019|copyright, copyright directive, copyright reform, EU, EU copyright directive, Julia Reda, News, Sajjad Karim|

EU copyright rules are on the brink of a radical overhaul after lawmakers in the European Parliament's legal affairs committee provisionally backed plans on Wednesday (26 February) recently agreed with EU ministers.

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Web under censorship threat [Promoted content]

By |februar 12th, 2019|copyright, Digital Single Market, EU copyright directive, internet, News|

If the European project of the Directive on Copyright Law in the Digital Single Market becomes reality in its current shape, the Internet will no longer remain a place of free access to information and democratic debate, writes Michal Kanownik.

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Copyright directive faces further setback as final trilogue postponed

By |januar 21st, 2019|Axel Voss, copyright, copyright directive, copyright reform, EU copyright, EU copyright directive, Julia Reda, News|

The controversial EU copyright directive faces a further setback after the final inter-institutional negotiations set to take place on Monday evening (21 January) were cancelled on Friday.

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