digital single market
IMPALA has urged the European Commission to ensure its upcoming digital single market proposals are not ‘watered-down’ when tackling copyright reform.
CISAC has acknowledged that the European Commission’s copyright reforms are a ‘step in the right direction’ for the digital single market.
PRS for Music has welcomed the European Commission's copyright reform proposals, stating that it hopes they will provide the 'opportunity to establish a functioning, digital single market'.
EU safe harbour legislation and the repercussions of Brexit on music licensing policies will come under scrutiny at the next Music 4.5 seminar.
The European Commission (EC) has outlined detailed proposals for its Digital Single Market strategy, which MEPs in Brussels have ruled to be ‘a step in the right direction’.
‘Music is an important part of Britain’s national identity,’ says Kevin Brennan, the Labour MP for Cardiff West.
The European Commission has unveiled proposals surrounding the introduction of a Digital Single Market across the European Union.
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The EU’s copyright and enforcement framework cannot ‘stand still’, Ros Lynch, Intellectual Property Office (IPO) director has said.
Careers of new songwriters are ‘being squeezed’ by a digital market allowing online platforms to use current laws to avoid paying for music, a PRS for Music legal expert has said.