The elements of the Directive 2014/26/EU on collective management and multi-territorial licensing that may influence the administration of performers' rights in the online environment Online publication date: Fri, 21-Aug-2015
by Paloma López Peláez; Alvaro Hernández-Pinzón García; Pedro Rivas Prieto
International Journal of Intellectual Property Management (IJIPM), Vol. 8, No. 1/2, 2015
Abstract: Title III of the Directive 2014/26/EU of 26 February 2014, regulates multiterritorial licensing by collective management organisations of authors' rights in musical works for online use. Nevertheless, the system of multi-territorial licences does not apply to related rights. This article intends to provide a general view of the legal and practical consequences arising from the exploitation acts, through the online environment, with regard to performers' and producers' intellectual property rights: the relevant rights involved (the differences between the making available and communication to the public rights) and the difficulties for performers on getting a fair remuneration in this environment. The experiences on collective management, with a particular focus on the Spanish transposition of the making available right and other legal systems are also explained.
Online publication date: Fri, 21-Aug-2015
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