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EBLIDA response to Public Consultation on Fake News and Online Disinformation21 February 2018: Public consultation on on Fake News and Online Disinformation Read more >
EBLIDA Newsletter February 201808 February 2018: News from the President, Brussels, Europe, EBLIDA... and more. Read more >
How can the EU make a balanced copyright framework for the DSM?29 January 2018: On 23 January 2018, the EIF debate on Copyright in the EU Digital Single Market addressed the long overdue reform of EU copyright rules, a hotly debated topic within the European institutions. Read more >
Libraries: a trio of European court rulings16 January 2018: Three rulings in recent years of Europe’s top court impact significantly on digital library activities in Europe. Read more >
A better copyright exception for Education16 January 2018: EBLIDA together with 34 organisations, signed an open letter requesting to improve the education exception in the proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive). Read more >