ReCreating Europe Webinar – The Regulatory Landscape for Copyright Content Moderation: Evaluation and Future Trajectories
This webinar is hosted by one of our projects, reCreating Europe, and will address the current status and future avenues for copyright content moderation in EU law, including a discussion on the rules of liability for online content-sharing service providers.
The webinar will provide attendants with an overview, update ,and critical discussion of the following key topics:
- Recent developments at EU level surrounding copyright content moderation in the context of art. 17 copyright in the Digital Single Market (CDSM) Directive (2019/790) and recent Court of Justice case law;
- The status quo of platform liability and the status of the national implementations of art. 17 CDSM Directive in different Member States (Germany, Hungary, Italy, Sweden) and the potential impact of these on the liability of platforms and content moderation rules;
- Potential avenues for the regulation of copyright content moderation in the EU, the balancing of competing rights and interests, and their impact on access to culture.
Who is the webinar for?
- Academics / Researchers;
- National and EU policymakers in the area of copyright law and regulation of online platforms;
- Lawyers in the area of copyright law and regulation of online platforms;
- Online platforms engaged with copyright content moderation issues in the EU;
- Civil society organisations engaged with copyright content moderation issues in the EU.
|Time||Title and Description||Speaker|
|10:00 – 10:10||Welcome and background: The regulatory framework of copyright content moderation at EU Leve||JP Quintais|
|10:10 – 10:50||PANEL 1: Mapping national implementation of art. 17 CDSM Directive
||Moderator: Peter Mezei
Speakers: Peter Mezei; Kacper Szkalej; Helena Kowalewska Jahromi; Giulia Priora
|10:50 – 11:25||PANEL 2: What’s come in EU copyright content moderation?
Speakers: Sebastian Felix Schwemer, Thomas Riis
|11:25 – 11:30||Wrap-up & closing remarks||Thomas Riis|
- Peter Mezei, Associate Professor, University of Szeged (Hungary); Adjunct Professor (dosentti), University of Turku (Finland).
- Helena Kowalewska Jahromi, Ass. jur., Academic Associate, Institute of International Law, Intellectual Property and Technology Law (IRGET) Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science, TU Dresden (Germany)
- Giulia Priora, Postdoctoral Researcher, Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies, Pisa (Italy)
- João Pedro Quintais, Assistant Professor, University of Amsterdam, Institute for Information Law (IViR) (The Netherlands)
- Thomas Riis, Professor, Centre for Information and Innovation Law (CIIR) at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark)
- Sebastian Felix Schwemer, Associate Professor, Centre for Information and Innovation Law (CIIR), University of Copenhagen (Denmark); and Adjunct Associate Professor, University of Oslo’s Norwegian Research Center for Computers and Law (NRCCL) (Norway).
- Kacper Szkalej, Doctoral researcher in copyright law, Lecturer, Uppsala University (Sweden)