A2K Coalition on access to knowledge
The Access to Knowledge Coalition, also known as the A2K Coalition, is a group of non-governmental organizations united in their commitment to a fair and balanced copyright system.
Together, they created the website https://www.a2k-coalition.org, where they draw attention to the obstacles that copyright restrictions pose in the field of education, research and preservation of cultural heritage around the world. On the website, it is possible to see comparative exceptions and limitations in the field of text and data mining around the world. A comparative arrangement of global exceptions and limitations for online education and the preservation of cultural heritage is coming soon.
In addition to the Institute for Intellectual Property, A2K Coalition is formed by organizations such as Creative Commons, Communia, Centrum Cyfrowe, Knowledgerights 21, Wikimedia Foundation and others.
ChatGPT poses difficult questions in the field of authorship as well as in the field of ethics in science (and also in other fields where independent work is required).
How does the right to education and science limit copyright law?
In June 2022, Communia launched a competition for the best implementation of the Directive on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive). The “Eurovision DSM contest” aims to track the implementation of the DSM Directive in the 27 EU member states.