The ECJ’s Inconclusive Ruling on Library E-Book Lending
We’ve been looking for a while at the question of whether First Sale rights apply to digital files. If you get an e-book or music download, can you resell, lend, or give it away to someone else — as you can with physical products like print books or music CDs? The library community has gotten excited […]
European Commission Issues Communication on Digital Single Market
The EC focuses on cross-border licensing and copyright safe harbors for online service providers.
Announcing Copyright and Technology London 2015
Our next London conference, produced by Music Ally, will be Thursday 18 June.
Copyright Alert System Releases First Year Results
Comparison of data from the US Copyright Alert System with HADOPI in France suggests that the threat of fines and Internet service suspensions does deter online file-sharing.
Announcing Copyright and Technology London 2014
Now in our fifth year, the next Copyright and Technology conference will take place on Wednesday, October 1.
E-Book Watermarking Gains Traction in Europe
Highlights from a new study on the global e-book market.
MEGA CEO to speak at Copyright and Technology London 2013
Updates and highlights of our agenda for October 17 at
Netherlands Rejects Ban on Illegal Downloads
The Netherlands are poised to add to the problem of levy chaos in Europe.
The Future of HADOPI
Yes, HADOPI’s budget has been cut. But that doesn’t mean it’s going away. On the contrary: so far, so good.
Copyright and Technology London 2012 and Hadopi
The Secretary General of Hadopi cancels his keynote address, leading to speculation over the future of the French graduated response agency.