La preservació de les pel·lícules en l''era del paradigma Netflix

2019 BiD: Textos Universitaris de Biblioteconomia i Documentació  
Foreword It is with great pleasure that I present the first joint publication of the European Audiovisual Observatory (EAO) with the Intellectual Property Office of the European Union (EUIPO). A Memorandum of Understanding signed between the two organisations in October 2016 has sealed a collaboration intent that I trust will be fruitful and longlasting. The topic chosen is an excellent example of how the interests of two apparently distant bodies can meet at a crossroads. Registration and
more » ... gistration and deposit systems serve in fact both cultural heritage tools and copyright enforcement mechanisms, and clearly show the relevance of a two-folded approach. This binary insight runs like a red thread through the whole publication, whose topics range from the international and European regulatory framework to national implementation models, while also delving into case-law and industry-driven initiatives. This composition mirrors perfectly the structure of the IRIS Plus series of the EAO, which hosts this joint report. Susanne Nikoltchev Executive Director, European Audiovisual Observatory (EAO) Deposit systems play an essential role in the preservation of cultural heritage and are also important tools to facilitate IP enforcement. They have a long history in many Member States, and an exciting future within the EU, especially given the potential of digital deposit systems. These digital systems can offer an effective and low cost means of preserving creative works and making them widely available, while also managing and helping to protect often complex rights. The Orphan Works database maintained by the EUIPO is one example of how works for which right(s) holders cannot be identified can be recorded and searched. Looking forward, there is a significant opportunity to extend the use of digital technology for copyright-protected works and other creative content. As always, before acting, it is essential to understand more clearly what deposit systems in Member States and at the EU level already exist, and how they can interact in the most effective manner. This joint report with the European Audiovisual Observatory is an excellent first step in that direction.
doi:10.1344/bid2019.43.8 fatcat:dmxzrdheencsjepd4nwjijugsq