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A while back, I wrote a blog post on the proposed EU Copyright Directive, which got some attention in both European press and research communities. This post is a follow-up, and is of course meant to be rather more nuanced.
First, the proposals themselves, on the other hand, are about as complicated as they are being reported. The mere fact that this is being proposed as an EU proposal at all indicates that the market is currently in a very confused state, and the proposals will help to make it more so. To put it very briefly, they are partly about the criminalisation of big-name online platforms and EU-wide extension of copyright to some third parties:
Copyright holders now can demand that online platforms remove links to their published content (provided that sites are not automated), and can also force online services to notify individuals that illegal content has been found on their services, which in turn may lead to legal sanctions in some cases. Copyright owners do not need to notify individual users of the illegal content, however.
Copyright holders can keep a national “list of offenders” of infringements (a so-called “pirate list”), which includes URLs and domain names, and which can be made accessible to search engines or other copyright holders. This does not, however, need to be made accessible to those who access the infringing content directly.
Copyright holders now have the possibility to apply for an injunction against an online platform. If the platform does not comply with the order, it can be fined or blocked entirely in some circumstances. Courts can also ban the platform from exploiting certain content in the future. This applies even if the platform is not a direct party to the content being exploited. (Again, the original EU proposal was somewhat more and more extreme, but that’s the direction in which things are going.)
Aside from the general confusion of the system as a whole, which