Copyright Content Moderation in the EU: An Interdisciplinary Mapping Analysis

Author: João Pedro Quintais (Institute for Information Law (IViR)), Peter Mezei (University of Szeged), István Harkai (University of Szeged Faculty of Law and Political Sciences), João Carlos Magalhães, Christian Katzenbach (Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society), Sebastian Felix Schwemer ( Københavns Universitet Centre for Information and Innovation Law (CIIR), University of Copenhagen) and Thomas Riis (University of Copenhagen - Faculty of Law)
Published: 07.09.2022
In the context of the reCreating Europe project a recent interdisciplinary report was published on Copyright Content Moderation in the EU. The report addresses the following main research question: how can we map the impact on access to culture in the Digital Single Market (DSM) of content moderation of copyright-protected content on online platforms? This post provides a brief outline of the report and reproduces its main recommendation. Since the report is quite lengthy, readers interested in a more detailed overview of the findings are invited to read the executive summary, available on pages 14 to 23 of the report.…