Copyright advocacy update: Future access to cultural heritage, geoblocking  or a Digital Single Market?

The 'time and tide' map of the Atlantic charter / [cartography] London Geographical Institute - The London Geographical Institute, London

VU University Amsterdam Library

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Created: 2 November 2017

Copyright advocacy update: Future access to cultural heritage, geoblocking or a Digital Single Market?

Created: 2 November 2017

Europeana Board Member Paul Keller reacts to a newly proposed article by the European Council that goes against the idea of Digital Single Market.

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Copyright reform: a first look at the Commission's plans for cultural heritage institutions

Wylde's Great Globe from "Two Centuries of Soho: its institutions, firms, and amusements. By the Clergy of St. Anne's, Soho, J. H. Cardwell ... H. B. Freeman ... G. C. Wilton ... assisted by other contributors, etc"

The British Library

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Created: 8 September 2016

Copyright reform: a first look at the Commission's plans for cultural heritage institutions

Created: 8 September 2016

Over the last week a number of European Commission documents have leaked, painting a relatively clear picture of what the Commission will propose later this month as part of its long awaited copyright reform package.

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From 'Digital Humanities' to 'Research Infrastructures', a motivating talk by Lorna Hughes at Athena R.C.

Created: 15 March 2016

From 'Digital Humanities' to 'Research Infrastructures', a motivating talk by Lorna Hughes at Athena R.C.

Created: 15 March 2016

As the broader field of digital humanities and digital scholarship in the humanities expands, the discussion about how we communicate digital humanities research and what might be the role of digital research infrastructures on this respect is essential for the understanding of the implications of what is called “the digital turn"

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A first glance into the future of EU Copyright reform?

Created: 6 May 2014

Social media has been buzzing with comments on a draft version of the European Commission’s impact assessment on copyright reform that is circulating online. Europeana has made its position on copyright reform clear via its response to a public consultation on the review of the EU copyright rules.

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