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Considérant 38 : rôle actif des plateformes

Amendment 410 --

Amendment 410
Rosa Estaràs Ferragut
EPP
Recital 38 – paragraph 2

In respect of Article 14, it is necessary to verify whether the service provider plays an active role, including by optimising the presentation of the uploaded works or subject-matter or promoting them, irrespective of the nature of the means used therefor.

In respect of the application of Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC, it is necessary to verify whether the role played by the service provider is an active one. An active role includes, amongst other matters, optimisation for the purposes of presentation by the service of the uploaded works or subject-matter or promoting them, irrespective of the nature of the means used therefore. In this event, the service providers may not invoke the exemption from liability contained in Article 14.


Durcissement de la définition de rôle actif d'une plateforme


Amendment 412 --

Amendment 412
Tadeusz Zwiefka, Bogdan Brunon Wenta
EPP
Recital 38 – paragraph 2

In respect of Article 14, it is necessary to verify whether the service provider plays an active role, including by optimising the presentation of the uploaded works or subject-matter or promoting them, irrespective of the nature of the means used therefor.

In respect of Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC, it is necessary to verify whether the service provider plays an active role, including by optimising the presentation of the content provided by the service or promoting such content, irrespective of the nature of the means used therefor.


Durcissement de la définition du rôle actif d'une plateforme, suggère que le contenu est fourni par le service (et non pas "uploaded works")


Amendment 413 ++

Amendment 413
Lidia Joanna Geringer de Oedenberg, Catherine Stihler, Victor Negrescu
S&D
Recital 38 – paragraph 3

In order to ensure the functioning of any licensing agreement, information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users should take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure protection of works or other subject-matter, such as implementing effective technologies. This obligation should also apply when the information society service providers are eligible for the liability exemption provided in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC.

deleted


suppression du considérant 38 sur le rôle actif des plateformes et le devoir d'agir


Amendment 414 ++

Amendment 414
Isabella Adinolfi, Laura Ferrara, David Borrelli, Dario Tamburrano
EFD
Recital 38 – paragraph 3

In order to ensure the functioning of any licensing agreement, information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users should take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure protection of works or other subject-matter, such as implementing effective technologies. This obligation should also apply when the information society service providers are eligible for the liability exemption provided in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC.

deleted


suppression du §3 considérant 38 sur le rôle actif des plateformes et le devoir d'agir

Amendment 415 ++

Amendment 415
Julia Reda, Kaja Kallas, Marietje Schaake, Nessa Childers, Max Andersson, Michel Reimon, Brando Benifei
Verts/ALE
Recital 38 – paragraph 3

In order to ensure the functioning of any licensing agreement, information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users should take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure protection of works or other subject-matter, such as implementing effective technologies. This obligation should also apply when the information society service providers are eligible for the liability exemption provided in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC.

deleted


suppression du §3 considérant 38 sur le rôle actif des plateformes et le devoir d'agir

Amendment 416 ++

Amendment 416
Victor Negrescu, Kaja Kallas, Dita Charanzová, Marietje Schaake
ALDE
Recital 38 – paragraph 3

In order to ensure the functioning of any licensing agreement, information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users should take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure protection of works or other subject-matter, such as implementing effective technologies. This obligation should also apply when the information society service providers are eligible for the liability exemption provided in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC.

deleted


suppression du §3 considérant 38 sur le rôle actif des plateformes et le devoir d'agir


Amendment 418 --

Amendment 418
Constance Le Grip, Angelika Niebler, Sirpa Pietikäinen
EPP
Recital 38 – paragraph 3

In order to ensure the functioning of any licensing agreement, information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users should take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure protection of works or other subject-matter, such as implementing effective technologies. This obligation should also apply when the information society service providers are eligible for the liability exemption provided in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC.

In order to ensure the functioning of any licensing agreement, information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users, should take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure protection of works or other subject-matter, such as implementing effective technologies. This obligation should also apply when the information society service providers are eligible for the liability exemption provided in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC. Such licence agreements should also cover the content uploaded by users of these services, as well as their liability, including where they perform an act of reproduction and/or of communication to the public, insofar they act on a non-professional basis.

Justification: Should be a new recital 38a


Durcissement des obligations des plateformes sur les contenus générés par les utilisateurs

Amendment 425 --

Amendment 425
Daniel Buda
EPP
Recital 38 – paragraph 3

In order to ensure the functioning of any licensing agreement, information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users should take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure protection of works or other subject-matter, such as implementing effective technologies. This obligation should also apply when the information society service providers are eligible for the liability exemption provided in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC.

In order to ensure the functioning of any licensing agreement, or to prevent the unauthorized availability of their services in respect of content not covered by such contracts , information society service providers storing, indexing, classifying or providing access to the public to copyright protected works or other subject-matter should take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure protection of works or other subject-matter, such as implementing effective technologies. This obligation should also apply when the information society service providers are eligible for the liability exemption provided in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC.


Veut faire rentrer les moteurs de recherche dans la définition des plateformes

Considérant 38 a (nouveau)

Amendment 430 --

Amendment 430
Virginie Rozière, Mary Honeyball, Sylvie Guillaume, Pervenche Berès, Marc Tarabella
S&D
Recital 38 a (new)

(38 a) The EU copyright framework aims at providing a high level of protection, especially for authors, which is crucial in order to maintain the dynamism of European intellectual creation. The EU copyright framework should remain consistent with this objective and therefore should not introduce unnecessary, unbalanced and unjustified exceptions such as an exception for "user generated content", where the issues related to the use of works or other subject-matters by users comes from the interpretation made of the rules applicable to online service providers that play an active role in distributing the contents.

In order to clarify the situation and provide legal certainty, the liability of online service providers which give access to user generated content should be clarified. In this regard, such online service providers should not be covered by the liability exemption and licencing agreements concluded with rightholders should cover the acts of users who do not act on a professional basis.


Refus d'exception UGC, volonté de faire sortir certaines plateformes de la directive ecommerce, et d'imposer des agréments avec les ayants-droit y compris pour du contenu créé par les utilisateurs et non professionnel

Amendment 431 +

Amendment 431
Julia Reda, Kaja Kallas, Marietje Schaake, Nessa Childers, Max Andersson, Michel Reimon, Brando Benifei
Verts/ALE
Recital 38 a (new)

(38 a) Any agreements on measures between rightsholders and information society service providers that might be concluded should provide for an obligation for rightholders to provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content in a publicly accessible database. Such obligation should help clarify the responsibility of rightholders for claims made by third parties over the use of works which they would have identified as being their own in the implementation of any agreement reached with the service provider.


Verts / ALDE Les ayants-droits doivent justifier les droits qu'ils réclament sur chaque contenu dans tous les agréments signés avec des plateformes

Amendment 432 --

Amendment 432
Jean-Marie Cavada, Robert Rochefort, Pervenche Berès, António Marinho e Pinto
ALDE
Recital 38 a (new)

(38 a) In order to ensure the correct functioning of any licensing agreement, or to prevent unauthorised access to copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by the users, information society service providers storing and disseminating this content and providing public access to it must take appropriate and proportionate measures to ensure the protection of these copyrighted works and other subject-matter, for example by implementing effective technologies.


ALDE S&D Mettre dans les considérants la nécessité d'outils techniques efficaces pour faire respecter les agréments sur les plateformes

Considérant 38 (b)

Amendment 433 --

Amendment 433
Jean-Marie Cavada, Robert Rochefort, Pervenche Berès, António Marinho e Pinto
ALDE
Recital 38 b (new)

(38 b) This obligation is also incumbent upon those information society service providers that can claim the liability exemption provided for in Article 14 of Directive 2000/31/EC when they store or provide public access to a significant amount of copyrighted works and other subject-matter uploaded by their users.

A service provider not taking appropriate action or not responding effectively to requests made by rightholders to enter into licensing agreements will not be able to claim the protection provided by Article 14 (1) of Directive 2000/31/EC.


les fournisseurs de service qui ne répondraient pas efficacement aux ayants droit ne pourraient plus être sous statut d'exemption de responsabilité directive e-commerce

Considérant 39

Amendment 434 +

Amendment 434
Isabella Adinolfi, Laura Ferrara, David Borrelli, Dario Tamburrano
EFD
Recital 39

(39) Collaboration between information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users and rightholders is essential for the functioning of technologies, such as content recognition technologies. In such cases, rightholders should provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content and the services should be transparent towards rightholders with regard to the deployed technologies, to allow the assessment of their appropriateness. The services should in particular provide rightholders with information on the type of technologies used, the way they are operated and their success rate for the recognition of rightholders' content. Those technologies should also allow rightholders to get information from the information society service providers on the use of their content covered by an agreement.

deleted


Suppression du considérant sur les technos utilisées par les plateformes et transparence pour les ayants-droit

Amendment 435 +

Amendment 435
Lidia Joanna Geringer de Oedenberg, Catherine Stihler, Victor Negrescu
S&D
Recital 39

(39) Collaboration between information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users and rightholders is essential for the functioning of technologies, such as content recognition technologies. In such cases, rightholders should provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content and the services should be transparent towards rightholders with regard to the deployed technologies, to allow the assessment of their appropriateness. The services should in particular provide rightholders with information on the type of technologies used, the way they are operated and their success rate for the recognition of rightholders' content. Those technologies should also allow rightholders to get information from the information society service providers on the use of their content covered by an agreement.

deleted


Suppression du considérant sur les technos utilisées par les plateformes et transparence pour les ayants-droit


Amendment 436 +

Amendment 436
Evelyn Regner, Josef Weidenholzer
S&D
Recital 39

(39) Collaboration between information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users and rightholders is essential for the functioning of technologies, such as content recognition technologies. In such cases, rightholders should provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content and the services should be transparent towards rightholders with regard to the deployed technologies, to allow the assessment of their appropriateness. The services should in particular provide rightholders with information on the type of technologies used, the way they are operated and their success rate for the recognition of rightholders' content. Those technologies should also allow rightholders to get information from the information society service providers on the use of their content covered by an agreement.

deleted


Suppression du considérant sur les technos utilisées par les plateformes et transparence pour les ayants-droit


Amendment 437 +

Amendment 437
Julia Reda, Kaja Kallas, Marietje Schaake, Nessa Childers, Max Andersson, Michel Reimon, Brando Benifei
Verts/ALE
Recital 39

(39) Collaboration between information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users and rightholders is essential for the functioning of technologies, such as content recognition technologies. In such cases, rightholders should provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content and the services should be transparent towards rightholders with regard to the deployed technologies, to allow the assessment of their appropriateness. The services should in particular provide rightholders with information on the type of technologies used, the way they are operated and their success rate for the recognition of rightholders' content. Those technologies should also allow rightholders to get information from the information society service providers on the use of their content covered by an agreement.

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Evelyn Regner, Josef Weidenholzer
S&D
Recital 39 |- |width='50%' style='vertical-align:top;border-top:none;border-bottom:none;'| (39) Collaboration between information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users and rightholders is essential for the functioning of technologies, such as content recognition technologies. In such cases, rightholders should provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content and the services should be transparent towards rightholders with regard to the deployed technologies, to allow the assessment of their appropriateness. The services should in particular provide rightholders with information on the type of technologies used, the way they are operated and their success rate for the recognition of rightholders' content. Those technologies should also allow rightholders to get information from the information society service providers on the use of their content covered by an agreement. |width='50%' style='vertical-align:top;border-top:none;border-bottom:none;'| deleted |} Suppression du considérant sur les technos utilisées par les plateformes et transparence pour les ayants-droit

Amendment 438 +

Amendment 438
Jiří Maštálka
GUE/NGL
Recital 39

(39) Collaboration between information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users and rightholders is essential for the functioning of technologies, such as content recognition technologies. In such cases, rightholders should provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content and the services should be transparent towards rightholders with regard to the deployed technologies, to allow the assessment of their appropriateness. The services should in particular provide rightholders with information on the type of technologies used, the way they are operated and their success rate for the recognition of rightholders' content. Those technologies should also allow rightholders to get information from the information society service providers on the use of their content covered by an agreement.

deleted


Suppression du considérant sur les technos utilisées par les plateformes et transparence pour les ayants-droit

Amendment 439 /

Amendment 439
Jean-Marie Cavada, Robert Rochefort, Pervenche Berès, António Marinho e Pinto
ALDE
Recital 39

(39) Collaboration between information society service providers storing and providing access to the public to large amounts of copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users and rightholders is essential for the functioning of technologies, such as content recognition technologies. In such cases, rightholders should provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content and the services should be transparent towards rightholders with regard to the deployed technologies, to allow the assessment of their appropriateness. The services should in particular provide rightholders with information on the type of technologies used, the way they are operated and their success rate for the recognition of rightholders' content. Those technologies should also allow rightholders to get information from the information society service providers on the use of their content covered by an agreement.

(39 Collaboration between information society service providers storing and providing access to copyright protected works or other subject-matter uploaded by their users and rightholders is essential for the functioning of technologies, such as content recognition technologies. In such cases, rightholders must provide the necessary data to allow the services to identify their content and the services must be transparent towards rightholders with regard to the deployed technologies, to allow the assessment of their appropriateness. The services should in particular provide rightholders with information on the type of technologies used, the way they are operated and their success rate for the recognition of rightholders' content. Those technologies should also allow rightholders to get information from the information society service providers on the use of their content covered by an agreement. In cases when the measures and technologies established on the basis of this Directive affect the uploading of content that is covered by an exception or authorisation, service suppliers must be required to set up complaint and redress mechanisms for the benefit of the users whose content has been affected by these measures. Such mechanisms must maintain a balance between the need to ensure that content covered by exceptions to copyright or authorisations is not unduly affected by the measures, and the need to ensure that complaint and redress mechanisms do not unreasonably prejudice the effectiveness of the measures. To achieve this aim, the complaint and redress mechanisms must allow rightholders to receive adequate information to assess complaints and respond to them. The complaint and redress mechanisms must also allow a suitable period of time for rightholders to respond to complaints.


ADLE + S&D, quelques mesures pour faire respecter les exceptions au droit d'auteur en cas de retrait intempestif