Tighter upload content monitoring moves a step closer in Europe.
- A vote by the European Parliament Legal Affairs Committee (JURI) backing Article 13 of the EU Copyright Directive has brought upload content monitoring for copyright infringements a step closer.
Features and Benefits
- The research note details the latest moves in Europe to force online platforms to tighten their monitoring of content uploads.
- The note explains the ins and outs of the monitoring and what a change in regulations could mean to all concerned.
Key questions answered
- What are the changes being proposed for online platforms that offer user-generated content?
- How will the changes affect the likes of YouTube and Dailymotion?
Table of contents
Europe’s push to limit the transfer of value
European Parliament committee says yes to Article 13
The next step and the implications for affected platforms