Much has been written on the European Commission’s Digital Single Market (DSM) Strategy, including its copyright-relevant pieces (cf. several posts on IPKat or The 1709 Blog) and also critiques on the impact of policy failures of EU copyright. Indeed, the concept of DSM exists since
From December 5 to December 7 in 2016, the sixth International Copyright Expo was held in Guangzhou, China. This expo aims to show the achievements, to promote the protection of copyright and to guide industrial development. WIPO, National Copyright Administration and IP protection organizations from
I N V I T A T I O N (Preliminaty announcement) In co-operation with LES Austria and LES Czech Republic the Licencing Executives Society Hungarian Chapter cordially invites you to a one day Central European Conference.
I received an email yesterday from the European Chamber of Bailiffs. As the research they are currently conducting is focusing on the Brussels I Regulation, which has a clear connection to copyright law, it is my pleasure to share the most relevant part of the
Common sense to the Copyright Act is the third citizens’ initiative in Finland that reached the 50 000 votes limit (1 % of the population) and probably will go for parliamentary voting. – VILLE LAHTI’s post on the latest Finnish citizens’ initiative on the reform of
The fundamentals of the Lescure report, which was published only a couple of days before, was introduced in a breaking news last week (only in Hungarian). One of my former students, Matthieu Pras, accepted my invitation to write a short summary of, a guest blog