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The FAIR INTERNET coalition welcomes copyright vote of the European Parliament’s plenary putting performers at the heart of this reform process

The FAIR INTERNET coalition, representing over 500.000 musicians, singers, actors, dancers and other performing artists, welcomes the vote of the European Parliament’s plenary on the draft Copyright Directive.

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The FAIR INTERNET coalition calls on MEPs to uphold & confirm the meaningful improvements to the benefit of performers obtained in Chapter III, articles 14-16

Tomorrow, MEPs will vote in plenary on the EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. The FAIR INTERNET coalition calls on all MEPs to safeguard the meaningful provisions seeking to improve the livelihoods of performers in Chapter III.

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The FAIR INTERNET coalition calls on MEPs to safeguard the meaningful improvements to the benefit of performers obtained in Chapter III, articles 14-16

On 5 July 2018, the FAIR INTERNET coalition issued a statement calling on members of the European Parliament – when considering amendments ahead of the plenary vote in September on the draft directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market - to safeguard the meaningful improvements to the benefit of performers obtained in Chapter III, articles 14-16.

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Fair Internet for performers

Fair Internet for Performers

A European campaign for the fair treatment of performers in the digital environment.

Performers bring life and soul to artistic works. Without them, Europe would not enjoy the vibrant cultural scene it does today and the creative content sector, which makes a vital contribution to Europe’s economy, would simply not exist. However, performers are still not properly rewarded when their performances are exploited on digital media.

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