Interview with dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič in Primorske novice
“Authors – individual creators are in a difficult position, but will the Directive on copyright in the Digital Single Market and its controversial provision introducing filters fix this? I fear not.” dr. Maja Bogataj Jančič commented the recently adopted Directive in an interview with Primorske novice.
In the article, which is available here (in Slovene) she spoke about the text and data mining exception, about the exception for education, about the controversial Articles 11 and 13 (now 15 and 17) and also about Creative Commons network, the implementation of the exception for blind and visually impaired as well as plagiarism.
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