EML legal feasibility study on culture flat-rate now in English

The Institute of European Media Law (EML) and the Project Group for Constitutionally Compatible Technology Design (provet) at the University of Kassel, commissioned by the parliamentary groups of the German Greens in the Bundestag and the European Parliament, in March 2009 released a study on the culture flat-rate. This study entitled “The Admissibility of a Culture Flat-Rate under National and European Law” is now available in English, as Malte Spitz announced yesterday. For some context, here is my article “The World Is Going Flat(-Rate)” that was published by Intellectual Property Watch on 11 May 2009.

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