martedì, 12 Dicembre 2017

Elisabetta Pileggi

In the European framework, copyright is of cornerstone importance insofar as it protects the creators of original contents (filmmakers, authors and artists in general) and it ensures that they are adequately compensated whenever their works are used; it also plays an active role in the growth of...
The Tribunale di Roma on July 15th 2016, with decision number 14279/2016, ruled that ‘to publically make audio-visual contents of third parties available on a streaming platform which provides more than simple a stock service, cannot be qualified as hosting as defined by the Italian norm D.Lgs....
The relationship between copyright law and social media varies in the various legal systems: the major ones are the US and the EU system. This article is, therefore, oriented in underlying which are the common features of copyright law, on the one hand, and, on the other, to highlight the...