首页 资讯 关注 科技 财经 汽车 房产 图片 视频 全国

福建

旗下栏目: 北京 天津 河北 山西 辽宁 吉林 上海 江苏 浙江

欧盟议员支持针对谷歌,facebook的版权改革|Today's

来源:未知 作者:admin 人气: 发布时间:2019-03-26
摘要:(Adds Google, European Commission, lawmaker, BEUC comment)     By Foo Yun Chee     STRASBOURG, March 26 (Reuters) - EU lawmakers have endorsed an overhaul of the bloc's two-decade old copyright rules, which will force Google    an
全天分分彩计划网 全天分分彩计划网

(Adds Google, European Commission, lawmaker, BEUC comment)
    By Foo Yun Chee
    STRASBOURG, March 26 (Reuters) - EU lawmakers have endorsed an overhaul of the bloc's two-decade old copyright rules, which will force Google    and Facebook Inc    to pay publishers for use of news snippets and make them filter out protected content.
    The European Parliament backed the reforms by 348 votes to 274 on Tuesday after a debate that has pitted Europe's creative industry against tech companies, internet activists and consumer groups concerned that the new rules may be too costly and block too much content.
    The European Commission began reviewing the rules two years ago in a bid to protect an industry that is worth 915 billion euros ($1.03 trillion) a year, accounting for 11.65 million jobs and 6.8 percent of the EU economy.
    The Commission's digital chief for Europe Andrus Ansip welcomed the outcome, saying the reforms would improve the position of writers, journalists, singers, musicians and actors in relation to the big platforms that benefited from their content.
    "Today's vote ensures the right balance between the interests of all players – users, creators, authors, press – while putting in place proportionate obligations on online platforms," he said in a statement.
    But Google said the reforms would lead to legal uncertainty and hurt Europe's creative and digital economies. The European Consumer Organisation (BEUC) echoed the criticism.
    "Consumers will have to bear the consequences of this decision. Their concerns had been voiced loud and clearly but MEPs chose to ignore them," BEUC director general Monique Goyens said.
    Lawmaker Julia Reda, a prominent critic of the reforms, said they threatened the free internet.
    "Algorithms cannot distinguish between actual copyright infringements and the perfectly legal re-use of content for purposes such as parody," she said. ($1 = 0.8854 euros)

(Reporting by Foo Yun Chee; editing by Philip Blenkinsop and
Kirsten Donovan)
((foo.yunchee@thomsonreuters.com; +32 2 287 6844; Reuters
Messaging: foo.yunchee.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net)

责任编辑:admin

上一篇:一旦出事无法对抗监管。 所谓归位

下一篇:没有了


首页 | 资讯 | 关注 | 科技 | 财经 | 汽车 | 房产 | 图片 | 视频 | 全国

Copyright © 2018 全天分分彩计划网 版权所有

 技术支持:网站建设

电脑版 | 移动版