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Dominique Delouis

Mar 14. 2014
04:03
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Dominique Delouis, Source: CTK Fotobank

It is with great sadness that we have learnt about the passing away of Dominique Delouis, CEPIC officer and treasurer between 2009 and 2013.

Although he was ill, Dominique remained a dedicated CEPIC board member until the last month of his second term. Before coming to CEPIC he had been involved in several EU funded projects. He was instrumental in getting CEPIC involved in the EU funded project ARROW PLUS. He followed the work until recently in October 2013.

Those who worked with him remember a gentle and dedicated colleague.

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The CEPIC Congress is shaping up!

Feb 28. 2014
11:02
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New features have been added to CEPIC Congress programme. More is coming up!

The panel comprises major German publishers and picture buyer from Microsoft. It will be moderated by press speaker of dpa.

Has been added:

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EU Copyright questionnaire

Feb 28. 2014
09:02
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Deadline to the EU Copyright Questionnaire is Wednesday 5 March 2014.

Please share this document as widely as possible!

The contact of the European Commission is the following:
Internal Market and Services DG, Unit D1 ‑ Copyright
E-mail:markt- copyright-consultation@ec.europa.eu
All details about the consultation may be found here: http://bit.ly/1bj8tV7

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Online registration to CEPIC Congress now open!

Jan 13. 2014
06:01
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Photo: Jürgen Held/ age fotostock

Online registration to the CEPIC Congress in Berlin is available on this website.

  • For Fees and Online Registration, click here

The fee structure and registration process have been slightly modified. We present the changes in a nutshell.

  • CEPIC members get a reduction of 120 Euros on the basic fee (earlier 100 Euros)
  • There is only one registration link for CEPIC and non-CEPIC members: the membership discount for Delegates and for Tables is applied during the on-line registration process. Trade Stands are booked separately on request.

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The Union des Photographes Professionels joins the coalition against Google Images

Jan 12. 2014
01:01
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The coalition in support of the antitrust claim against Google grows.

On 8 November 2013 CEPIC supported by a large coalition of trade associtions in Europe and the USA lodged a claim for abuse of dominant position against Google at the European Commission. In December 2013, three trade associations from France and the Czech Republic and France had joined the coalition. In January French collecting society for visual arts SAIF confirms their support.

In January, the coalition continues to grow with the Union des Photographes Professionnels , French trade association representing 5.000 professional photographers.

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Coalition grows again

Jan 07. 2014
04:01
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The SAIF joins the coalition in support of CEPIC' claim against Google Images.

On 8 November 2013 CEPIC supported by a large coalition of trade associtions in Europe and the USA lodged a claim for abuse of dominant position against Google at the European Commission. In December 2013, three trade associations from France and the Czech Republic and France had joined the coalition.

The coalition is now growing again with the SAIF , société des auteurs des arts visuels et de l'image fixe.

The SAIF has also sent its own contributions to the market test of Google's proposals for remedies in the spring and autumn of 2014.

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CEPIC joins Creativity Works

Dec 23. 2013
12:12
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From 2014 CEPIC will be a full member of Creativity Works! a coalition of creative organisations.

The coalition brings together European directors, publishers, music and film producers, broadcasters, video games developers ... and now picture agencies.

The aim of Creativity Works! is to kick-start an open dialogue with European audiences about the cultural and economic contribution of creators in the digital age - in a time when the creative industry is facing a life endangering anti-copyright wave.

Creativity Works! was launched in Brussels in October 2013.

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Coalition in support of claim against Google Images grows

Dec 18. 2013
08:12
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On 8 November 2013 CEPIC supported by a large coalition of trade associtions in Europe and the USA lodged a claim for abuse of dominant position against Google at the European Commission. The coalition is now growing.

In December, the coalition has grown again with the financial support of following national associations:
• Fédération Nationale des Agences de Presse Photo & Information - France (FNAPPI)
• Syndicat des Agences de Presse Photographiques d'Information et de Reportage - France (SAPHIR)
• Sdružení pro internetovou reklamu v ČR, z.s.p.o - Czech Republic (SBIR)

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R.D.I project starts

Dec 12. 2013
01:12
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The 1st September 2013 is the official starting date of the Rights Data Integration (RDI) project.

This two-year project is jointly funded by the European Union and media industry partners. Its aim is to enable and encourage greater legitimate use of all types of digital content.

CEPIC is leader of the Work Package 8 on the use of still images.

Read the press release announcing the launch here.

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EU Copyright consultation

Dec 05. 2013
01:12
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The European Commission has launched on 05. December a formal public consultation on the review of the EU copyright regime, as the next step in its internal review of EU intellectual property rules for artistic and creative content.

The Commission in December last year announced that it was conducting an assessment of the existing copyright rules with a view to “making them fit for the digital ages”. Launching today’s consultation, Internal Market Commissioner Barnier said that contributions were sought in particular from “consumers, users, authors, performers, publishers, producers, broadcasters, intermediaries, distributors and other service providers, Collective Management Organisations, public authorities and Member States”.

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