вторник, 7 януари 2014 г.

Италия е на път да въведе законодателство закрилящо съдържанието свързано с новини - Italy is about to introduce legislation protecting the news content

Италия е на път на въведе законодателство относно защитата на съдържание касаещо новинарски емисии, публикации и тн.
Според IP Kat италианското правителство вече е одобрило план, наречен Destinazione Italia,    според който ще бъде въведено нова право закрилящо съдържанието касаещо новини. Това право прилича леко на нов вид сродно на авторското право и представлява следният следният текст, който не е окончателен:
"Where rights are expressly reserved, reproduction, communication to the public and, in any case, use, including partial (use), in any way or medium, including indexing or aggregation in any way - whether (analogue or) digital - of press content, including medium and editorial context, which is published in print, online, TV- or radio-broadcast or made available to the public by other means, is allowed only following agreement between the relevant rights holder(s), or relevant representatives of rightsholders authorised to do so, and the user(s), or relevant representatives of users authorised to do so. Lacking agreement over terms of use, including economic use, such terms are defined by AGCOM upon request of interested parties."

Предстой да видим дали Италия ще въведе това законодателство по подобие на Франция, Германия и Белгия.

English version

Italy is about to introduce legislation on the protection of news content.According to the IP Kat Italian government has approved a plan called Destinazione Italia, under which will be introduced a new law protecting the news content. This may look like a slightly new form of related copyright right and represents the following text that is not final:"Where rights are expressly reserved, reproduction, communication to the public and, in any case, use, including partial (use), in any way or medium, including indexing or aggregation in any way - whether (analogue or) digital - of press content, including medium and editorial context, which is published in print, online, TV-or radio-broadcast or made available to the public by other means, is allowed only following agreement between the relevant rights holder (s), or relevant representatives of rightsholders authorised to do so, and the user (s), or relevant representatives of users authorised to do so. Lacking agreement over terms of use, including economic use, such terms are defined by AGCOM upon request of interested parties. "We will see weather Italy will introduce this legislation as this has already happened in France , Germany and Belgium.information on IP Kat.
information IP Kat.