There is much debate about the Copyright reform and I see the need to make some clarification based on the actual draft of the legal provision to be voted by the […]
Who benefits the European copyright reform?
Who benefits, in the end, this European copyright reform? There are two rules on which everyone’s attention is polarized: art. 11 on ancillary rights, which would enable publishers to demand payment whenever […]
Intermediated of the world, unite!
I have the pleasure to report here the English translation of the article that Stefano Quintarelli, a pioneer of the Italian Internet, wrote for Il Foglio some days ago. I have been astonished […]
The shadows of the European copyright reform
It may become impossible to share memes, parodies, artistic or political videos because the filtering obligation voted today by the European Parliament would require online platforms to make a prior check […]
What will change for European telecom networks: from copper based-networks to fiber revolution
Whether the new Electronic Code for electronic communications will encourage or frustrate network investments (you will soon read different opinions about), there is something fundamentally new in the telecom reform politically agreed […]