segunda-feira, 18 de maio de 2015

France wants to protect the future of European cultural diversity

Disarm the copyright, it is weakening Europe. #DroitAuteurNumerique

With the European Commission to prepare the foundations for a digital single market, enabling the production of the "28" become more competitive vis-à-vis the American audiovisual market, the French Minister of culture, Fleur Pellerin, ensured that the country is "ready to modernize the copyright", but without endangering the various European authors.

"No (we are ready) to throw away things that we pride ourselves, as our cultural diversity or the fact that nowadays Europe be able to produce films like the magnificent ' Ida ', ' Lucy ' or ' Timbuktu '. This is the cultural diversity of today that we don't want to endanger tomorrow, "said the Minister.

Culture and artists must be at the heart of the European project. #DroitAuteurNumerique

The goal of the European Commission, with the digital single market, a platform that aims to harmonize the copyright in the Member States and make the region more competitive in relation to the field of American productions. To France, where he has been attending an intense war against the internet pages of illegal sharing of movies and music, is in line with the single market, but since this digital revolution does not weaken the position of European breeders.

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