| laquadrature.net |
Paris, 9 December 2015 — Today, the European Commission has presented its proposal to reform copyright law in the European Union. This package includes a proposal for a regulation on portability of online services, as well as a communication to announcing future reforms to follow in 2016. The European Commission has thus confirmed that it does not wish to reopen the file on the InfoSoc directive 1, reflecting its reluctance and lack of ambition on this issue.
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# ! #Reflection for #share:
# ! What have to do the ‘Protection of the Creative Works’ with keeping (say grabbing) property rights of a piece up to 120 years after creation or 95 years after publication..
(https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright_Term_Extension_Act )… or whatever Europe want to ‘protect’ them now…?
# ! Historic reference:
Copyright Act 1709 ->The Statute of Anne (1710)
[… a copyright term of 14 years, with a provision for renewal for a similar term, during which only the author and the printers they chose to license their works to could publish the author’s creations. …]