FEP president Pierre Dutilleul: his first interview

FEP president Pierre Dutilleul: his first interview

Pierre Dutilleul did not hesitate for a second before naming copyright as the top priority for his two-year term as president of the Federation of European Publishers (FEP). 

In an interview at the book-lined café Les Editeurs, in the central Paris publishing district, Dutilleul said reform of copyright in the European Union was already on the table, but that the issue had taken on a new dimension. This is because responsibility for copyright policy is being switched from the Internal Market to the Digital Economy and Society portfolio in the new European Commission (EC), which will take o...

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