EC failed to fix #copyright

The European Commission promised to modernise copyright, but instead of creating a well-functioning legal framework addressing the concerns of creators and end-users it proposes to protect old business models by creating what it claims to be a ‘well-functioning marketplace’.

To do so, the EC creates ‘RoboCopyright’, compelling intermediaries hosting user-uploaded content to implement content filtering technologies and handing over the content policing to the right holders. Our message to the EC: Stop ‘RoboCopyright’ and ancillary copyright, and start to focus on users and creators.

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(source: Copyright for Creativity Coalition)