Copyright law and trademark law are distinct forms of intellectual property protection and are useful for different purposes.
Copyright laws governing the scope of protection for authors such as the minimum duration of rights are largely normalized in international treaties.
Mark Seeley joins a CCC panel to discuss the next steps in the European digital copyright agenda, the DSM, which attracted controversy and communication cascades last winter and spring before final passage in the European Parliament in May 2019.
For the European Union Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, legislation has given way to adoption – but not without customization.
Microsoft is discontinuing their service of e-books from their online store.