[ANSOL-geral] Directive on Collective Rights management

Rui Miguel Silva Seabra rms ansol.org
Quarta-Feira, 1 de Maio de 2013 - 01:00:50 WEST


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Há muita coisa importante a acompanhar e os braços não chegam para
tudo :|


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On Tue, 30 Apr 2013 17:54:43 +0100
Ricardo Lafuente <bollecs  sollec.org> wrote:

> Junto um apelo sobre a possibilidade de legislação europeia de
> licenças livres em obras culturais.
> As sociedades de colecta de direitos não estão praí viradas, por isso
> é importante passar a mensagem. Era impecável a ANSOL juntar-se à
> lista.
> -------- Original Message --------
> Subject: 	[CC-be] Fwd: [CC-Europe] Directive on Collective
> Rights management
> Date: 	Tue, 30 Apr 2013 12:09:39 +0200
> From: 	Yannick H'Madoun <yannick.hmadoun  gmail.com>
> To: 	okfn-be  lists.okfn.org <okfn-be  lists.okfn.org>,
> cccreative commons cc <Cc-be  creativecommons.domainepublic.net>
> Hi all,
> Please read the mail below, I believe this is a very important topic
> for free culture and we should try to push this as much as possible.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: *Paul Keller* <pk  kl.nl <mailto:pk  kl.nl>>
> Date: Tue, Apr 30, 2013 at 12:04 PM
> Subject: [CC-Europe] Directive on Collective Rights management
> To: "cc-europe  lists.ibiblio.org <mailto:cc-europe  lists.ibiblio.org>"
> <cc-europe  lists.ibiblio.org <mailto:cc-europe  lists.ibiblio.org>>
> dear all,
> as most of you will know the European Union is currently discussing a
> directive on collective rights management (if you don't know this
> policy paper by the COMMUNIA association is probably a good start
> http://www.communia-association.org/2013/01/07/communia-policy-paper-on-proposed-directive-on-collective-management-of-copyright/).
> One of the issues at stake is the use of open content licenses by the
> members of collecting societies. The directive presents an opportunity
> to create the legal basis for such uses. While the initial draft was
> somewhat ambiguous in this regards, we have managed to het this issue
> to the attention to the rapporteur for the Culture and Education
> committee of the European Parliament. In her draft opinion on behalf
> of the CULT committee MEP Trüpel has introduced amendments that
> would ensure that members of collecting societies are free to use
> open content licenses (see this post for an analysis of her
> amendments:
> http://www.communia-association.org/2013/04/29/european-parliament-starts-discussing-the-proposed-directive-on-collective-management-of-copyright/)
> As one would expect she is getting a lot of push back from the
> collective management organisations aimed at the amendments that would
> allow for the use of open content licenses (amendments 29, 30, 31,
> 32). Given this it is important that we make ourselves heard with
> support for these amendments. This needs to happen before the 8th of
> may and it would b great if as European CC affiliates could express
> support for these amendments to MEP Trüpel. (contact details here:
> http://www.europarl.europa.eu/meps/en/28240/HELGA_TRUPEL_home.html).
> This can be done by email and should expressly mention the amendments
> mentioned above. Here is some sample language that you can build upon.
> <introduction of your organisation>
> we are contacting you to express support for the draft opinion of the
> Committee on Culture and Education for the Committee on Legal Affairs
> on the proposal for a directive on collective management of copyright
> and related rights and multi-territorial licensing of rights in
> musical works for online uses in the internal market. Specifically we
> welcome the inclusion of amendments aimed making it possible for
> right-holders to make their works available under an open content
> license of their choice without necessarily opting out from the
> collective management system.
> We think that both amendment 29 (which would enable embers of
> collective management organisations to license their works for
> non-commercial uses) as well as amendments 30, 31 and 33 (which would
> open the way for excluding certain works from collective management
> altogether) respond to a genuine need of creators across Europe to
> exercise their rights in a flexible manner.
> <maybe something on how your organisation relates to creators>
> With regards to amendment 29 we would like to stress that a number of
> pilots undertaken between European Creative Commons affiliates and
> European Collecting Socities (BUMA, KODA and SACEM) have clearly shown
> that the use of open content licenses that allow royalty free
> non-commercial uses of the licensed works do not undermine the
> functioning of collective licensing arrangements.
> <final remarks, expressing support>
> Again, it would be really great if as many affiliate organisation as
> possible could get in touch with MEP Trüpel and if you could get
> other friendly organisations to condsider joining us. It would
> probably be good if you could alter the text above a little bit, so
> that it does not look like a massive cut and past operation. Given
> that this represents a real opportunity to fix something that is
> broken at the moment, i would really urge you to take some time and
> act on this. If you have any questions please feel free to get back
> to meÂ

> all the best from Amsterdam,
> Paul
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