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The European Commission has today launched a public consultation as part of its on-going efforts to review and modernise EU copyright rules. The consultation is open until 5 February 2014!
EBLIDA calls on the European Commission to open in‐depth discussions on copyright reform as the Licences for Europe process fails to address key concerns of libraries and their users…
Information Sans Frontières has assessed the potential impact of the Orphan Works Directive (based on the final compromise text) on its constituency of members, namely the public archives, film and sound institutes, galleries, libraries, museums and similar cultural institutions of Europe.
Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Key Principles on the Digitisation and Making Available of Out-of- Commerce Works – Frequently Asked Questions
EBLIDA, the European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations, is pleased to announce the appointment of its new Director. Joanne Yeomans started working with EBLIDA from March 1st 2009, allowing a period of transition with the present director, Andrew Cranfield. Joanne will take over fully from Andrew from May 1st 2009.
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