The reform of EU copyright rules has been a long-running and hotly-debated topic within the European institutions. The extensive proposals for reform will have consequences for a whole range of stakeholders within Europe.
Hosted by the European Parliament’s IMCO Committee Rapporteur for the proposal, MEP Catherine Stihler, and co-chaired by digital advocate and longstanding EIF member MEP Brando Benifei, this debate will focus in particular on the copyright reform in the context of public interest, consumer protection and impact on citizens, looking at Title 2 (articles 3-6: TDM, education, preservation) and Title 3 (articles 7-9: out of commerce works).
Watch the speeches live at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wNtzkZ9vLdQ
Q&A session won't be streamed.
Catherine Stihler MEP and EIF Steering Committee Member
Brando Benifei MEP and EIF Steering Committee Member
William Bowes, Director of Policy and General Counsel, The Publishers Association
Rosa Maiello, national President of the Italian Library Association
Julien Roche, Director, LILLIAD Learning center Innovation - Université de Lille
Annemarie Beunen, Copyright Lawyer, National Library of the Netherlands