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EC plans fresh talks on digital copyright reform

Wednesday 5 December 2012 | 15:31 CET | News
The European Commission has agreed a two-year plan aimed at reaching an agreement on digital copyright reform. From early 2013, it will start talks with stakeholders on six core issues, where it says "rapid progress is needed". The issues are cross-border portability of content, user-generated content, data- and text-mining, private copy levies, access to audiovisual works and cultural heritage. The discussions will explore the potential and limits of new licensing and technological solutions for updating EU copyright law and practices for the digital age. This process will be jointly led by

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Companies: ETNO / European Commission / GSMA-India
Countries: Europe
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