Talk:Ancillary copyright for press publishers

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Article title and scope[edit]

Although it often refers to the new bill in current press articles, "ancillary copyright" is a common translation for Leistungsschutzrecht, which also covers a number of other Leistungsschutzrechte (related rights?) mentioned, for instance, in sections 70 and 87 of the German Copyright Act (Urheberrechtsgesetz), e.g. rights of broadcasters.

So this article should probably be titled "Ancillary copyright for press publishers" (arguably capitalized as the proper name for a proposed change in the law, rather than the topic of the rights themselves). It should link to de:Leistungsschutzrecht für Presseverleger. Although it presumably refers mainly to newspaper publishers, I suppose it includes other types of product, so I think we have to say something like "press publishers", though that sounds a little unusual. The content of the current article Leistungsschutzrecht should presumably be merged into this article (if not already done), but it should probably redirect to Related rights, since Leistungsschutzrecht doesn't just cover this particular right for newspaper/press publishers. This article should also probably link somewhere to Related rights. Related rights already links to de:Verwandte Schutzrechte, aka Leistungschutzrechte. --Boson (talk) 09:19, 31 August 2012 (UTC)

We should have an article not (just) about the one proposal in Germany but the concept in general, including the legislation in Spain and the proposals in EU, including current consultation by EC. --Oop (talk) 12:00, 6 May 2016 (UTC)

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