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La Quadrature du Net has developped a comprehensive proposal for the positive reform of copyright in the EU. You can find the details <a href="https://www.laquadrature.net/en/elements-for-the-reform-of-copyright-and-related-cultural-policies">here</a>:
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In order to support such a reform, La Quadrature du Net developed a 14-point programme, organised into four sections, that considers the non-commercial practices of individuals, non-commercial collective uses, the cultural economy and the technical, legal and financial infrastructures. You can find the details [https://www.laquadrature.net/en/elements-for-the-reform-of-copyright-and-related-cultural-policies here]. 
  
 
The main components of a positive reform of copyright should be:
 
The main components of a positive reform of copyright should be:
1. Giving legal recognition to the non-market sharing of digital works between individuals through the exhaustion of rights doctrine
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*1. Giving legal recognition to the non-market sharing of digital works between individuals through the exhaustion of rights doctrine
2. Legitimacy of referring and linking
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*2. Legitimacy of referring and linking
3. Solid exceptions for educational and research practices
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*3. Solid exceptions for educational and research practices
4. Library and archive rights to make available orphan works free-of-charge and with wide use rights
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*4. Library and archive rights to make available orphan works free-of-charge and with wide use rights
5. Freedom of non-market collective use
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*5. Freedom of non-market collective use
6. Resource pooling: new financing sources adapted to digital culture and its many contributors and projects
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*6. Resource pooling: new financing sources adapted to digital culture and its many contributors and projects
7. Legal requirements for fair publishing and distribution contracts
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*7. Legal requirements for fair publishing and distribution contracts
8. A preventive competition policy against distribution monopolies and their abuse
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*8. A preventive competition policy against distribution monopolies and their abuse
9. Reform of collective management
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*9. Reform of collective management
10. Keeping pollution by advertising under control
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*10. Keeping pollution by advertising under control
11. Effective norms for the enforcement of network neutrality
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*11. Effective norms for the enforcement of network neutrality
12. Compulsory registration or copyright 2.0
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*12. Compulsory registration or copyright 2.0
13. Cultural public funding and tax reform
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*13. Cultural public funding and tax reform
14. A positive statute for the public domain and the voluntary commons
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*14. A positive statute for the public domain and the voluntary commons
15. No additional involvement of technical intermediaries in the application of copyright
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*15. No additional involvement of technical intermediaries in the application of copyright
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Latest revision as of 20:15, 29 July 2015

In order to support such a reform, La Quadrature du Net developed a 14-point programme, organised into four sections, that considers the non-commercial practices of individuals, non-commercial collective uses, the cultural economy and the technical, legal and financial infrastructures. You can find the details here.

The main components of a positive reform of copyright should be:

  • 1. Giving legal recognition to the non-market sharing of digital works between individuals through the exhaustion of rights doctrine
  • 2. Legitimacy of referring and linking
  • 3. Solid exceptions for educational and research practices
  • 4. Library and archive rights to make available orphan works free-of-charge and with wide use rights
  • 5. Freedom of non-market collective use
  • 6. Resource pooling: new financing sources adapted to digital culture and its many contributors and projects
  • 7. Legal requirements for fair publishing and distribution contracts
  • 8. A preventive competition policy against distribution monopolies and their abuse
  • 9. Reform of collective management
  • 10. Keeping pollution by advertising under control
  • 11. Effective norms for the enforcement of network neutrality
  • 12. Compulsory registration or copyright 2.0
  • 13. Cultural public funding and tax reform
  • 14. A positive statute for the public domain and the voluntary commons
  • 15. No additional involvement of technical intermediaries in the application of copyright