A few years ago, Nellie Kroes warned that because of ill-adapted laws to technological development, “every day citizens […] across the EU break the law just to do something commonplace”. According to Kroes, the Single Market “cried out” for copyright reform. Finally, the EU responded to that reform call but, unfortunately, with the wrong answer. Read more about Reforming the C-DSM Reform: a User-Based Copyright Theory for Commonplace Creativity
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