France – Limits to the new neighbouring rights for press publishers and agencies

France was the first country to implement Article 15 of the 2019 Directive on Copyright in a Digital Single Market which creates an exclusive right for press publishers to authorise information society service providers to reproduce, communicate to the public or make available their publication online to the public. These rights, as transposed in France and extended to press agencies, with a right to remuneration, come with a number of limits and exceptions.

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