Why should researchers care about the copyright reform? How does legislation affect the implementation of RDA outputs, and what harm can a non-supportive legislative basis cause? These and many more questions will be addressed during the Webinar by Julia Reda (MEP) on November 14th. The webinar will give an update on the current EC proposal on copyright directive, to get an insight into why this matters to researchers, what are the potential risks for free movement of data in the proposal and what the research community can do to help.
Julia Reda is a Member of the European Parliament, representing a worldwide movement of people who believe in using technology for the empowerment of all. She is one of the co-founders of the Parliament’s Digital Agenda Intergroup. As rapporteur for the review of the 2001 copyright directive, she advocated for a European copyright that is adapted to the digital era, that is easy to understand and enables the free exchange of culture and knowledge across borders.
It is important for researchers to understand the EC copyright directive proposal and its implications on their activities: Julia Reda’s webinar is the best opportunity to get a thorough insight about the copyright reform in all its aspects.
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Register on line here: https://www.rd-alliance.org/training-webinars-registration