EU copyright reform: where are we now?
View this excellent and very informative discussion between MEP Julia Reda, artists Rita Zipora and Rufus Kain with the audience regarding problematic “ACTA like provisions” of Article 13 of the new Copyright Directive proposal.
“It should be deleted altogether” is a proposal of many most prominent experts. Here in Slovenia, the deletion of Article 13 is the position of the Ministry for Education as well as of the Ministry for Public Administration. But the Ministry for Commerce (namely the Slovenian Intellectual Property Office) supports the article. Unfortunately the Ministry of Commerce represents Slovenia at the Council working group meetings.
Domen Savić, Goran Klemenčič, Vuk Čosić, Lenart J. Kučić, József Györkös, Gorazd Božič in Maja Bogataj Jančič were the first signatories of the declaration “Acta ad acta”, with which they warned about the negative implications the legislation might bring. Now this legislation is on the table in an even more concrete form.
On Wednesday 25 November European Commission published an extensive Final Report on Trends and Developments in Artificial Intelligence in the EU.
Center for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM), established under the auspices of University of Bournemouth, will hold several online events in the following weeks, including events relating to the implementation of the new Directive 2019/790 on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive).
The Global Partnership for AI Data Governance Working Group, co-chaired by dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič, has in August presented its first two projects. One of these two projects is the draft of the Data Governance Framework, currently still in its “beta” version. In order to improve the Framework, the Working Group calls for comments and suggestions.
After MEPs first discussed the draft report of rules for Artificial Intelligence (AI) in may, they have already adopted a first set of EU rules for AI regulation at yesterday’s plenary session.