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The World Intermediary Liability Map (WILMap) is a detailed English-language resource comprised of case law, statutes, and proposed laws related to intermediary liability worldwide. The WILMap allows visitors to the CIS website to select information on countries of interest through a graphical user interface. The Stanford Center for Internet and Society (CIS), in collaboration with an amazing team of […]
This text analyses for you two recent Bills of Law made public by the UK government. These Bills concern the orphan works issue. The first Bill implements into English Law the 2012 European Directive on certain permitted uses of orphan works. The second one concerns the possibily to obtain commercial domestic licences for UK orphan works or performances.
In our previous post we tried to explain what is meant by « fair remuneration ». This remuneration was established to adequately compensate artists and producers when their performance is communicated to the public or broadcasted. Let’s see how the terms of the Belgian Copyright Act have been translated into practice. The functioning of the fair […]
As we had announced it in one of our previous post, the English Copyright law is now equipped with three new exceptions. We will comment them for you. Let’s start with the exception which now allows for people with disabilities (to let) copy protected works to enjoy them like you and me. A little bit […]