Dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič on the podcast Intelekta
Whose rights will suffer because of the fight for intellectual property? Learn more on yesterday’s podcast Intelekta, on which dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič talked about the good and the bad things the Directive on copyright in the Digital Single Market will bring.
Beside her, the following persons took part of the podcast:
– the National Messenger of Digital Technology, dr. Marko Grobelnik, presented from a technological perspective, in which phase of development are the filters that Article 13 will introduce,
– Dimi Dimitrov, representative of Wikimedia in Brussels, who talked about the impact of the Directive on Wikipedia and the dissemination of knowledge,
– Diego Naranjo, senior policy advisor at EDRI, who was critical towards the negative implications of the Directive on the users,
– Gregor Štibernik, director of the institute AIPA, who is in favour of the adoption of Article 14, and
– Urša Menart, the president of the Directors Guild of Slovenia, who supports the Directive.
At the end, MEPs Igor Šoltes, who will vote against the Directive, and Franc Bogovič, who will vote for the Directive as it is, also presented their views.
You are invited to listen to the podcast!
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