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22.04.2012
Decision by the Regional Court of Hamburg: YouTube is responsible for contents posted online by its users
The Regional Court of Hamburg announced today its decision in the case GEMA vs. YouTube. In the opinion of the court, YouTube is legally responsible for the contents of videos its users publish. This
05.07.2018
Copyright: EU-Parliament sees need for more discussion
In today’s vote on copyright a small majority of European parliamentarians has chosen not yet to start negotiations with the Council and the Commission. The recommendations of the Committee on Legal
Why did GEMA choose Wulff von Sivers (WvS) and not another insurance agency?
Why did GEMA choose Wulff von Sivers (WvS) and not another insurance agency? As part of a selection process in 2016, GEMA has asked several companies for offers to support an insurance programme for
Who Has to Execute the Electronic Confirmation Process?
Who Has to Execute the Electronic Confirmation Process? By way of the ECP, GEMA offers its publishers and authors a standardised process which simplifies the confirmation of the publisher
Contact Details for Authors with a Publisher
Contact Details for Authors with a Publisher In cases where publishers do not have all contact details for the authors that have a relationship with them, GEMA can, in principle, provide the
30.01.2012
GEMA panel at MIDEM 2012: "Lost Property – the Future of Collective Rights Management in the E.U." (+ Video)
In 2012 decisions are pending in Brussels that will be set trends in particular for the societies in Europe that administer copyrights. With this in mind, as part of MIDEM, the world's largest music
26.02.2014
Ruling by the Regional Court of Munich: GEMA error messages on YouTube are in breach of the law
The Regional Court of Munich today issued a ruling on the legal dispute between GEMA and YouTube concerning the use of GEMA error messages to block videos in Germany. The court ruled that the
09.03.2020
Registration - Registration of works
Registration of works We support you when you register your works, sub-publishing agreements and audiovisual productions. To this end, and depending on the registration volume, we provide technical
16.05.2019
Electronic Confirmation Process for publishers (ECP) - Electronic Confirmation Process
Electronic Confirmation Process The Electronic Confirmation Process (ECP) serves exclusively for notifying GEMA whether the author has expressly consented to the publisher's statutory remuneration
05.03.2020
Registration - (copy 1)
(copy 1) Our central member service team answers all your questions regarding GEMA membership and admission procedures, declaration and documentation of (audiovisual) works or sub-publishing
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