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Keeping the Internet free, according to Google


A summary of the Google presentation on copyright and EU reform, held at CopyCamp in Warsaw.

Published on 18/04/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


Sharing with care


Were you expecting a post listing the reasons why you should stop sharing your works? Well, this is not it.

Published on 04/04/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


Fan-Art and Copyright


If I draw a Fan-Art, am I infringing the copyright of the original author?

Published on 31/01/2018 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


2017 closing note


A short reflection on the ending year in view of the upcoming 2018.

Published on 31/12/2017 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


Internet and Copyright: the time dilemma (part 1)


When we use the Internet as a mere tool for sharing information and documents, we usually tend to think of what will happen in the next few hours.

Published on 20/11/2017 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


Warsaw CopyCamp 2017


We took part in the most important European event on copyright. Here is a brief preview.

Published on 02/10/2017 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


The uncontrolled moderation of social media


The imposition of search controls on search engines, sites and social media is having an ever greater impact on the presence and persistence of online content.

Published on 28/08/2017 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


Mid-summer reflections


Compared to the previous blogs, this may be a bit more personal, seen and considered than more than just internal considerations as opposed to an objective view of things.

Published on 17/07/2017 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


Rights Chain Initiative: Opening Note


A short digression on the Rights Chain initiative, about what we did and what we intend to do.

Published on 04/06/2017 by Sebastian Zdrojewski


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