Online intermediary liability and copyright enforcement

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The EU Commission is eager to reform the current rules governing Internet Service Providers’ copyright liability. According to the Commission, online services providing access to copyright protected content uploaded by their users without the involvement of right holders have become main sources of access to content online. This affects right holders' possibilities to determine whether, and under which conditions, their works and other subject-matters are used as well as their possibilities to get an appropriate remuneration for them (value gap).

This paper carried out by prof. Giuseppe Colangelo for ITMedia Consulting moves from an overview of the US scenario and analyzes the current EU Commission Proposal on copyright within the Digital Single Market in a comparative law & economics perspective.

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