A research-friendly copyright system is a flexible copyright system

Author: Felix Reda (GFF (Society for Civil Rights))
Published: 17.11.2022
  Bundestag Building, CC-by-SA 3.0 Jürgen Mattern Knowledge Rights 21 (KR21) is a programme by European library and research associations IFLA, LIBER and SPARC Europe to mobilise the potential of Europe’s knowledge institutions, particularly libraries, to engage with others across the spectrum of the access to knowledge movement to build momentum towards long term copyright reform that benefits library users and researchers in the 21st century. In this blog post, originally published on the KR21 blog, KR21 policy committee member Felix Reda analyses the potential for copyright reform in Germany, where the government has included a promise to “promote a…