Future of the Creative Ecosystems in Europe
On Friday 30 April 2021, the Institute for information law (IViR) will hold an online lecture about copyright and the future of the creative sector in Europe.
At the lecture, professor dr. Michael Grünberger will present a document titled “Copyright Law 2030: A memorandum on the future of the creative ecosystem in Europe”, which, through the ten theses, addresses the relevant copyright issues and presents a good starting point towards a better copyright law regulation by the year 2030.
The lecture will take place online between 16:00 and 17:30, through Zoom platform. Prior registration is required here. Welcome!
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