Stop the CopyRight Term Extension Directive

The Legal Affair Committee of the European Parliament will vote the Term Extension Directive to double the term of copyright afforded to sound recordings. The directive will have serious consequences for the European’s IP policy, affecting cultural production and independent producers to favor the majors, the entertainment industries and a few big artists….thanks to the superpower of lobbyists in Brussel!
You can reed the read here the declaration to reject this directive: http://www.edri.org/files/Joint_Statement_Final.pdf and read more on EDRI: http://www.edri.org/reject-term-extention-directive

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About Francesca Bria

Researcher, expert on Innovation Policy and Management and Social Media. Francesca is now a PhD Researcher and Teaching Associate at Imperial College London. She's a member of the Internet of Things Council Europe.
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