EBLIDA calls for European copyright reform

EBLIDA calling for broader discussions on copyright.

EBLIDA (European Bureau of Library, Information and Documentation Associations) has released a statement to coincide with the Licences for Europe (L4E)  plenary meeting highlighting "the need for urgent copyright reform".

The statement acknowledges the importance of licensing but says that the agenda for the discussions has been too narrow and states that current copyright regimes are unbalanced.

More information on the EBLIDA website.