europe's creative & cultural actors unite to call for an online environment that works for eu creativity

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This site was put together by the Association of Commercial Television in Europe. It is based on public information and serves as a common resource for the network of creative and cultural actors around Europe to share information about the ongoing copyright review and expose the disinformation campaign financed by Big Tech and propagated by robots (botnets) and fringe internet libertarian extremists. Unlike Big Tech, we don’t spend millions in disinformation campaigns. This site cost 47 Euros to make and four days of work and points to reliable sources and factual evidence. We prefer to invest our time and/or money in creation, jobs, growth and a plural and diverse cultural landscape. That is what we believe Europe is about. Real people that create real things and really want this reform to ensure the online world plugs the value gap. Vive l’Europe et vive la culture et la créativité! #EuropeForCreativity

 

 

 

PARTNER:

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The International Association of Scientific Publishers (STM) encourage you to support the Voss copyright report on articles 3-5!

The text has the agreement of all parties, having already received a unanimous vote on article 3 (text and data mining) from the JURI Committee, and a majority vote on the teaching exception in Articles 4-5.

Additionally, us, scientific publishers, have already compromised to allow text mining of our content at no additional charge to academic and non-profit customers. Extending this exception beyond this scope could have abusive consequences on the use of such content for scientific publishers. If you want to understand why this is the case and our situation better, have a read here.

 

 

 

 

TRANSPARENCY REQUIREMENTS:

Art. 6 E-Commerce directive -

General information to be provided

1. In addition to other information requirements established by Community law, Member States shall ensure that the service provider shall render easily, directly and permanently accessible to the recipients of the service and competent authorities, at least the following information:

(a) the name of the service provider;

ACT

(b) the geographic address at which the service provider is established;

Rue Deux Eglises, 26 | 1000 Brussels | Belgium

(c) the details of the service provider, including his electronic mail address, which allow him to be contacted rapidly and communicated with in a direct and effective manner;

Coordinator, Greg Polad, gp@acte.be

(d) where the service provider is registered in a trade or similar public register, the trade register in which the service provider is entered and his registration number, or equivalent means of identification in that register;

Transparency Register Number – 18574111503-28 | European Economic Interest Grouping | Register of Legal Entities (Brussels) 0438.023.393

The International Association of Scientific Publishers (STM) encourage you to support the Voss copyright report on articles 3-5!

The text has the agreement of all parties, having already received a unanimous vote on article 3 (text and data mining) from the JURI Committee, and a majority vote on the teaching exception in Articles 4-5.

Additionally, us, scientific publishers, have already compromised to allow text mining of our content at no additional charge to academic and non-profit customers. Extending this exception beyond this scope could have abusive consequences on the use of such content for scientific publishers. If you want to understand why this is the case and our situation better, have a read here.