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11.04.2022

The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO), through the European Observatory on Infringement of Intellectual Property Rights (the Observatory), in collaboration with Europeana, is organizing the Out-of-commerce Works Portal Datathon event.

22.03.2022

On Friday 18th March 2022, the HCO visited the 1st High School of Voula in response to the invitation of the school teacher Mrs. I. Gardiki.

10.03.2022

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09.03.2022

Online copyright infringement in the European Union
Music, Films and TV (2017-2020), Trends and Drivers

According to an EUIPO study published in 2021, online piracy slows down but Europeans still access pirate content 6 times a month on average.

03.03.2022

On Thursday, March 3rd 2022, the HCO organized an educational webinar for the students of the 1st and 7th High Schools of Katerini.

08.02.2022

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01.02.2022

On Tuesday 01 February 2022, the HCO continuing its cooperation with the 2nd Experimental High School of Athens and in response to the invitation of the school teacher Mrs. S. Pashaliori, visited the school for a second time.

During the two hour visit, the lawyer-scientific associate of the HCO, Mrs. Maria G. Sinanidou, talked to the students of the third grade about the work of the HCO, the importance of copyright protection as well as the avoidance of actions that infringe copyright with an emphasis on the digital environment.

31.01.2022

The European Commission is proposing to the European Parliament and Council to sign up to a declaration of rights and principles that will guide the digital transformation in the EU.

The draft declaration on digital rights and principles aims to give everyone a clear reference point about the kind of digital transformation Europe promotes and defends. It will also provide a guide for policy makers and companies when dealing with new technologies.

18.01.2022

On Tuesday 18th of January 2022, the HCO visited the 2nd Experimental High School of Athens in response to the invitation of the school teacher Mrs. S. Pashaliori.

17.01.2022

The European Commission adopted the 2022 work programme of Creative Europe, which will be followed by the launch of the relevant calls for proposals. With a budget of around €385 million, Creative Europe strengthens its support to creative and cultural partners taking due account of the challenges resulting from the COVID-19 crisis and the growing global competition.