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Developing an Advocacy Strategy for EUscreenXL (Julia Fallon, Europeana Foundation)

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

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Developing an Advocacy Strategy for EUscreenXL (Julia Fallon, Europeana Foundation)

  1. 1. Developing an Advocacy strategy for EUscreenXL. Julia Fallon, Joris Pekel, Europeana Foundation & Maarten Zeinstra, Kennisland 13th May 2014 - The Hague, NL
  2. 2. EU Public Consultation on © rules : Establishing a consensus for mutual benefit The super-short summary is: à  we advocate for harmonised and flexible copyright laws that broaden and unify the current limitations and exceptions, à  lowering the barriers of use for educational purposes, à  clarifying the laws on text and data mining, à  and last but not least, we make a case for a reduction in the term of copyright and for some kind of registration system for copyright.
  3. 3. Should EUscreenXL seek a consensus on advocacy strategy between Cultural Heritage Institutes and Rights Holder Organisations?
  4. 4. The peculiarities of bringing AV works online – a CHI perspective? Known Unknown Out of Commerce Commercially Available New Works
  5. 5. The peculiarities of bringing AV works online – a CHI perspective? Known Unknown Out of Commerce Commercially Available New Works
  6. 6. Twelve Rights Statements available for EDM: rights Dealing with certainty: Registration/Legal Deposit & Orphan Works Directive Issue: Increase amount of AV Works available for reuse online Task: Working in 4 groups (2 per solution), evaluate: -  Advantages, -  Disadvantages, -  Appropriateness to solve AV issues, -  Timescale to deliver results, -  Feasibility of solution to deliver results. Time: 20 mins
  7. 7. Twelve Rights Statements available fo: rights EUscreen: Mission Statement (Art 2, Articles of Association) The objects of the foundation are -  to collect and make available television content of the cultural history of Europe, in order to -  increase the knowledge of and involvement in the European cultural heritage - for purposes such as education, creative reuse and comparative scientific research, …. and furthermore everything directly or indirectly related or conducive to the foregoing, all this in the broadest sense.
  8. 8. Exceptions & Limitations Groups: -  The need for harmonization, clarity, simplification -  Types of use ie Educational, Scientific, Research -  The acts of making available Task: Working in 3 groups, discuss & AGREE: -  Scope of the aspect of limitations and exception, -  Advantages, -  Disadvantages, -  Feasibility of solution to deliver results. Time: 20 mins
  9. 9. Euscreen: Reaching Consensus Organisational Mission Public Commercial Open Closed
  10. 10. Thank you Julia Fallon Julia.Fallon@europeana.eu

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