Author Archives: Dimitrios Tsolis

About Dimitrios Tsolis

Lecturer, Cultural Heritage Management and New Technologies Department University of Western Greece

EU-wide Study: European Citizens and Intellectual Property

“European Citizens and Intellectual Property” is the first EU wide study which provides a comprehensive assessment of citizens’ perceptions of Intellectual Property (IP) and its infringements, both from a qualitative and quantitative point of view. The study reveals that European … Continue reading

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EuropeanaPhotography IPR workshop Paris, November 14 & 15 2013

Workshop venue : Hôtel Villa Beaumarchais,  5 rue des Arquebusiers, 75003 Paris Day 1 : Thursday November 14: Morning (9 am – 1 pm) Presentation by Angelina Petrovic, paralegal consultant & an experienced specialist of  IPR related to photography  (12 years … Continue reading

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EuropeanaPhotography in NEMO’s Annual Conference 2013

EuropeanaPhotography’s IPR expert has participated in the Annual Conference of the Network of European Museums Organization, in Bucharest 1-3 November 2013. Three exciting and interesting days are over and NEMO wants to say: Thank you! Over 150 people joined us … Continue reading

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Rights Labelling Campaign

Europeana launches the Rights Labelling Campaign. All new collections that are ingested into Europeana carry rights statuses in line with the Europeana Licensing Framework. Read more…

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EU Directive on Orphan Works

Directive 2012/28/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 October 2012 on certain permitted uses of orphan works. Directive 2012/28/EU sets out common rules on the digitisation and online display of so-called orphan works. Orphan works are … Continue reading

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IPR Guidebook Blog – Welcome

The IPR Guidebook offers continuous support for resolving IPR issues for partners, organizations and content providers.

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