Article 14 of the Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive improves protection for works in the public domain, supporting our right to access our shared cultural heritage. But how is it being implemented across Europe? The Europeana Copyright Community’s dedicated Task Force on the topic shares their research.
In October the Europeana Copyright Community hosted a Policy Office Hours dedicated to non-copyright limitations on the Public Domain. Read on to discover the main discussions and takeaways from the session.
After the successful negotiation that led to a memorandum of understanding to make musical works available under the out-of-commerce system, stakeholders in the Netherlands have now signed a memorandum of understanding on audiovisual works. Discover insights into this important memorandum of understanding.
On 19 September, members of the Copyright Community joined an informal chat around the rights and permission that need to be managed when individuals contribute to cultural heritage data. In today’s post, we tell you about some of the thoughts and ideas that were shared during the session.
This event, organised by Knowledge Rights 21 and LIBER builds on KR21’s research on secondary publishing rights, driven by LIBER, and will further complement a previous KR21 webinar on enabling the reuse of the scholarly publication.