|The late Marc Soulier, also known as Ayerdhal|
More specifically, the relevant implementing decree has established a legal framework intended to encourage the digital exploitation of works reproduced in books published in France before 1 January 2001 which are no longer commercially distributed by a publisher and are not published in print or digital format. In that case the right to authorise the reproduction or performance of those books in digital format is exercised, six months after their registration in a publicly accessible database for which the National Library of France is responsible, by collecting societies approved to do so by the Ministry of Culture.
|The other author|
at the centre of the case:
|Writer's block for Merpel|
|Any freedom left?|
|All in all ... a subtle message from the CJEU|
Posted By Eleonora Rosati to The IPKat on 11/17/2016 09:35:00 am