欧州委員会の著作権に関する公聴

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European Commission copyright consultation Introduction, timeline, and table of contents
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政策提言-索引

背景

現在の提案

欧州委員会は、欧州における著作権法規の近代化を検討しています。近代化をさせるにあたってはフィードバック情報を得るために、ウィキメディア財団等の組織に質問を発し、回答を求めています。これはEUにおける著作権法規に影響を与える重要な機会であり、私達にとってフリーな知識運動に影響を与える重要な機会ともなっています。欧州委員会における詳細な背景情報はこちらを参照して下さい

Submission

We submitted our finalized answers to the European Commission on March 4th, 2014. Thank you to everyone who participated!

Further copyright reform discussion

If you're interested in participating in future discussions of copyright reform and Wikimedia, please join the conversation on the AdvocacyAdvisors mailing list.

Questions answered

I. Rights and the functioning of the Single Market

A. Why is it not possible to access many online content services from anywhere in Europe?
B. Is there a need for more clarity as regards the scope of what needs to be authorised (or not) in digital transmissions?
1. The act of "making available"
2. Two rights involved in a single act of exploitation
3. Linking and browsing
4. Download to own digital content
C. Registration of works and other subject matter – is it a good idea?
D. How to improve the use and interoperability of identifiers
E. Term of protection – is it appropriate?

II. Limitations and exceptions in the Single Market

A. Access to content in libraries and archives
1. Preservation and archiving
2. Off-premises access to library collections
3. E – lending
4. Mass digitisation
B. Teaching
C. Research
D. Disabilities
E. Text and data mining
F. User-generated content

III. Private copying and reprography

IV. Fair remuneration of authors and performers

V. Respect for rights

VI. A single EU Copyright Title

VII. Other issues

Guides from other sources

Some other open culture/digital rights organizations also posted guides advising on how to respond. For reference:

Past Timeline

  • February 7, 2014: Finish Foundation text proposals, circulate for community comment/refinement.
  • February 21, 2014: Finalize for submission.
  • March 5, 2014: Submission deadline.