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Statement: International Organizations Support the JCPA
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Statement: International Organizations Support the JCPA

Support for the Journalism Competition and Preservation Act (JCPA) spans the globe, with letters and statements endorsing the bill coming in from groups in Australia, ... Read More
Australia’s News Media Bargaining Code Is a Major Success That the U.S. Can Emulate

Australia’s News Media Bargaining Code Is a Major Success That the U.S. Can Emulate

One and a half years ago, the Australian parliament adopted legislation creating the News Media Bargaining Code, a revolutionary measure aimed at protecting news publishers ... Read More
New Copyright Office Report Correctly Concludes News Publishers Enjoy Copyright Protections Similar to the EU, Acknowledges Bargaining Power Disparities as Major Obstacle for Publishers in Protecting News Content Online
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New Copyright Office Report Correctly Concludes News Publishers Enjoy Copyright Protections Similar to the EU, Acknowledges Bargaining Power Disparities as Major Obstacle for Publishers in Protecting News Content Online

In late June, the U.S. Copyright Office released its long-awaited report on copyright protections for news publishers. The report, requested by Senator Thom Tillis (R-NC) ... Read More
Statement: News Media Alliance Commends European Union for Reaching Agreement on Digital Services Act
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Statement: News Media Alliance Commends European Union for Reaching Agreement on Digital Services Act

The News Media Alliance applauds the European Union for reaching an interinstitutional agreement on the long-awaited Digital Services Act (DSA), which includes measures aimed at ... Read More
Europe Adopts Rules Similar to the U.S. JCPA and Self-Preferencing Bill
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Europe Adopts Rules Similar to the U.S. JCPA and Self-Preferencing Bill

The Alliance applauds the EU for concluding its trilogue on negotiations around the Digital Markets Act (DMA), which will level the playing field by requiring ... Read More
Google News Shutdown in Spain Was Not as Bad as Google Would Have You Believe

Google News Shutdown in Spain Was Not as Bad as Google Would Have You Believe

For years, critics have attempted to make the case for why the EU should not adopt a similar copyright law. And for years, we’ve heard ... Read More
Public Interest Group Asks Congress to Take Away News Publishers’ Rights to Copyright Their Own Content
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Public Interest Group Asks Congress to Take Away News Publishers’ Rights to Copyright Their Own Content

Recently, a public interest group asked Congress to refrain from implementing the Publishers’ Right in the U.S., a copyright protection which is currently guaranteed by ... Read More
European Union Leads the Way in Protecting High-Quality Journalism

European Union Leads the Way in Protecting High-Quality Journalism

The European Union took a massive leap forward in protecting news content on March 26, when the European Parliament voted to adopt the long-awaited Copyright ... Read More
European Parliament Passes Historic Copyright Reform
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European Parliament Passes Historic Copyright Reform

On March 26, the European Parliament voted to adopt the Copyright Directive by a vote of 348–274. The final Directive creates a Publishers’ Right that ... Read More
News Media Alliance Applauds EU’s Historic Move toward Global Copyright Protection for News Publishers
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News Media Alliance Applauds EU’s Historic Move toward Global Copyright Protection for News Publishers

The EU today reached a final deal on the proposed Copyright Directive in the Digital Single Market. The Directive creates a Publishers’ Right that provides ... Read More
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