IMPALA sets out 10 point plan for 'healthy licensing environment' in Europe

Coral Williamson

IMPALA, has submitted a Digital Action Plan calling for a new European industrial policy to drive the digital market through the cultural and creative sectors.

IMPALA also asks the EU to rethink how citizens, artists and businesses engage online. The ten point action plan calls on the EU to reinforce copyright as a fundamental right, a liberator of the creativity that drives the digital market. The importance of stopping the abuse of the so-called 'safe harbour' exemption is also underlined, as well as not transferring creators’ rights ...

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