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#1 23-07-2008 11:18:33

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Des experts contre l'allongement des droits des interprètes

Des experts contre l'allongement des droits des interprètes

Un groupe d'experts indépendants européens a signé hier une lettre ouverte dans le Times dénonçant la directive prolongeant les droits des artistes-interprètes.

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#2 23-07-2008 12:41:39

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Re : Des experts contre l'allongement des droits des interprètes

Tout compte fait je vais le poster ici ce sera plus à ça place,
désolé pas le temps de traduire tout l'anglais

:arrow: J'ai reçu ça du groupe de travail sound copyright

Dear Sound Copyright supporters,

Many of you will have read in the last week that, as a result of intense lobbying, the EU Commission disregarded the balance of evidence and formally accepted the proposal to extend the duration of copyright for sound recordings. Writing in the UK press Dave Rowntree, the drummer from Blur, explained why this proposal would be damaging for Europe's creators and consumers. He hasn't been alone in voicing his concern:

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/opinion/main … do1707.xml

http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/commen … 374115.ece

http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20 … nsion.html

Fortunately, the battle isn't lost. You can help us campaign for a rational copyright policy in four ways.

>> How you can help 1:

We need more people to show their support. Over 12,500 people have signed our petition, so tell your friends and help us spread the word across Europe so that you can be heard in Brussels: http://www.soundcopyright.eu/petition

>> How you can help 2:

The full texts of the proposal and the relevant impact assessment are open for collaborative commenting. Please help us challenge their arguments and point out evidence that disproves their claims.

http://www.openrightsgroup.org/consult/ … m20084643/

http://www.openrightsgroup.org/consult/ … ssessment/

>> How you can help 3:

The UK Intellectual Property Office, the government body charged with ensuring balance and fairness in Intellectual Property, has asked the public and all those with an interest to make sure their voices are heard, and contact the UK-IPO by the end of August. Remember, always be polite and considered when explaining why term extension concerns you.

http://nds.coi.gov.uk/Content/Detail.as … wsAreaID=2

You can find out which government body in your country is responsible for intellectual property policy here: http://www.wipo.int/directory/en/urls.jsp

>> How you can help 4:

Show your support for our work by joining or donating to the Open Rights Group. Check out www.openrightsgroup.org/org-gro/ for more information on our campaigns.

Thanks again - we'll keep you updated.

The Sound Copyright Campaign

Run by the Open Rights Group and EFF

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