Google is digitizing the collections of national libraries in the UK and elsewhere. Governments are now just getting around to wondering what to do about it.
Implications of the structure imposed by the Lisbon Treaty on developments in intellectual property and technology.
Highlights from the Virtual Goods Conference & ODRL Workshop in Nancy, France.
Will pirates take over Europe?
Hope springs eternal in the pirate’s breast.
Restrictions and freedoms in European legal systems influence different approaches to digital rights. As Europe unifies, which system will prevail, and how will that affect DRM?
The antitrust action against Intel could threaten interoperability that is key to acceptance of DRM in the market.
The French constitutional council pulls teeth from the controversial French “three strikes” law.
A step towards removing barriers to innovation in European digital content services.
The decision will extend the term of copyright in sound recordings in EU member states from 50 to 70 years.