Il diritto connesso sulle pubblicazioni di carattere giornalistico in caso di utilizzo online

Furgal, Ula, The EU Press Publishers’ Right: Where Do Member States Stand? (April 27, 2021). Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice (Forthcoming), Available at SSRN:

Sganga, Caterina, The Many Metamorphoses of Related Rights in EU Copyright Law: Unintended Consequences or Inevitable Developments? (April 21, 2021). Forthcoming in GRUR Int., 10/2021, Available at SSRN:

Priora, Giulia, Diritto d’autore e accesso all’informazione giornalistica: accanimento o lungimiranza del legislatore comunitario? (Copyright Protection and Access to News Information: Dogged Determination or Prescient Vision of the EU Legislator?) (March 1, 2021). Diritto dell’Informazione e dell’Informatica 4/2020, 833-855, Available at SSRN: or

Scalzini, Silvia, The New Related Right for Press Publishers: What Way Forward? (July 31, 2020). Eleonora Rosati (ed.), Handbook of European Copyright Law (Routledge, Forthcoming) , Available at SSRN: or

Moscon, V. (2019). Use and Abuse of Neighbouring Rights and the Growing Need for a Sound Understanding: The Case of Online News Protection in Europe. In S. Frankel (Ed.), The Object and Purpose of Intellectual Property (pp. 308-332). Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Pamela Samuelson (Berkeley Law School) Legally Speaking: Questioning A New Intellectual Property Right For Press Publishers/November 19, 2018

Moscon, Valentina, Neighbouring Rights: In Search of a Dogmatic Foundation. The Press Publishers’ Case (July 5, 2018). In: T. Pihlajarinne, J. T. Vesala, O. Honkkila (eds.), Online Distribution of Content, Cheltenham, Elgar, 2019, pp. 40-61, Max Planck Institute for Innovation & Competition Research Paper No. 18-17, Available at SSRN:

Statement from EU Academics on Proposed Press Publishers’ Right, 24 April 2018

Rita Matulionyte (Macquarie Law School) The proposed press publishers’ right: 5 historical lessons to learn/

Eugénie Coche (IViR) Copyright reform: a new right for press publishers – to have or not to have?/ /

Thomas Margoni (2018) Why the incoming EU copyright law will undermine the free internet:, 2018

V. Falce, M.L. Bixio, Verso un nuovo diritto connesso a favore degli editori on line. Brevi note su recenti derive (iper)-protezionistiche,, 2017

Modernisation of European Copyright Rules Position Statement of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition – Part E – Protection of Press Publications Concerning Digital Uses (Article 11 COM(2016) 593) Last Update: 28.09.17

C. Geiger, O. Bulayenko, G. Frosio, The Introduction of a Neighboring Right for Press Publishers at EU Level: The Unneeded (and Unwanted) Reform, 2017

M. Senftleben, M. Kerk, M. Buiten, K. Heine, New Rights or New Business Models? An Inquiry into the Future of Publishing in the Digital Era, IIC – International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law volume 48, pages538–561 (2017) 2017

M. Van Eechoud, A Publisher’s Intellectual Property Right. Implications for freedom of expression, authors and open content policies, IViR Open Forum Europe Paper, 2017

Lionel Bently et al., Response to Article 11 of the Proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market, entitled ‘Protection of press publications concerning digital uses’ on behalf of 37 professors and leading scholars of Intellectual Property, Information Law and Digital Economy (5 December 2016):

Lionel Bently, Martin Kretschmer & Technopolis Consultants (2017) The position of press publishers and authors & performers inthe copyright directive, Study commissioned by European Parliament, Policy Department C: Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs (100pp):

Peukert, Alexander, An EU Related Right for Press Publishers Concerning Digital Uses. A Legal Analysis (December 20, 2016). Research Paper of the Faculty of Law, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main No. 22/2016, Available at SSRN: or

R. Xalabarder, Press Publishers’ Rights in the New Copyright in the Digital Single Market Draft Directive, CREATe Working Paper nr. 2016/15, 2016

Richard Danbury (2016), ‘Is an EU publishers’ right a good idea?’ Evaluating potential legal responses to threats to the production of news in a digital era, University of Cambridge Final report on AHRC project: