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Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)
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Legal Deposit of Audiovisual Works - Copyright Matters: The Hungarian Solution (Krisztina Rozgonyi)

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Presentation given at the EUscreenXL Strategic Workshop on IPR Regulations for Audiovisual Heritage, The Hague, 13 May 2014

Presentation given at the EUscreenXL Strategic Workshop on IPR Regulations for Audiovisual Heritage, The Hague, 13 May 2014

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  1. Legal deposit of audiovisual works – copyright matters: the Hungarian solution Krisztina Rozgonyi
  2. Legal Deposit Definition The UNESCO Guidelines for legal deposit legislation define legal deposit as “a statutory obligation which requires that any organization, commercial or public, and any individual producing any type of documentation in multiple copies, be obliged to deposit one or more copies with a recognized national institution.”
  3. How to exploit AV legal deposits? The regulatory framework – I Preconditions for exploiting AV works The actual (‘physical’) possession of a copy Law or regulation on audiovisual archives The right to use the work • which is on the public domain or • the licence of the rights holders is granted Copyright law
  4. How to exploit the AV legal deposits? The regulatory framework – II Prseconditions for exploiting AV works
  5. How to exploit AV legal deposits? The regulatory framework – II Preconditions for exploiting AV works
  6. How to exploit AV legal deposits? The legal challenge Law or regulation on audiovisual archives Copyright law The interface: exceptions and limitations for publicly accessible libraries and archives EU law: Directive 2001/29/EC „Infosoc”, Praemble (34) and Article 5 2. (c) and 3. (n) Hungarian law: Copyright Act, Sec. 35. § (4), (7); 38. § (5)
  7. How to exploit AV legal deposits? Rights subject to copyright licensing archiving: the right for reproduction transferring the works via the electronic communication system: the right for communication to the public use of the works by individuals on PC terminals: the right for public performance How to acquire these rights?
  8. How to exploit AV legal deposits? The concepts of free use for public interest purposes - Precondition: the 2001/29/EC ‘Infosoc’ Directive (Preamble (34) and Article 5, 2.(c) and 3. (n)) - How to broaden the boundaries of the EU legal framework? - the exempt for the free use by libraries, educational insitutes and archives (special entities), - on their premises (special physical space) - with designated terminals (special security recquirements) National Audiovisual Archive-points to enable the free access of public institutions
  9. How to exploit AV legal deposits? National AV Archive Points: FREE ACCESS COPYRIGHT ACT Sec. 38. (5): ‘works forming part of the collection of publicly accessible libraries, educational establishments [Article 33(4)], museums, archives as well as picture or audio archives qualifying as public collections, may be, for the purpose of research or private study, freely displayed to individual members of the public on the screens of dedicated terminals on the premises of such establishments, and, to this end, such works may be communicated, including their making available, to such members of the public, provided that such a use is carried out in a way and on conditions as provided for in separate legislation and it is not intended for earning or increasing income even in an indirect way’
  10. How to exploit AV legal deposits? FREE ACCESS to European Legal Deposits in European AV Archives? Is there a possibility for that? Is new European legislation needed?
  11. Questions Thank you for your attention

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