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faq->acronym FAQ
faq->title Frequently Asked Questions
faq->entries->what-are-related-rights->title What are «related rights»?
faq->entries->what-are-related-rights->body In copyright law, related rights are the rights of a creative work not connected with the work's actual author. Within the European Union, the rights of film producers (as opposed to directors) and database creators are also protected by related rights. A practical definition is that related rights are copyright-type rights that are not covered by the Berne Convention.
faq->entries->why-should-i-sign-this-european-citizen-initiative->title Why should I sign this European Citizen Initiative?
faq->entries->why-should-i-sign-this-european-citizen-initiative->body To foster sharing, and thus spreading, of creative works, other contents, and culture; to be free to access creative works without having to be controlled and profiled.
faq->entries->why-its-important-to-avoid-control-and-profiling-by-platforms->title Why it's important to avoid control and profiling by platforms?
faq->entries->why-its-important-to-avoid-control-and-profiling-by-platforms->body Because you have the right to be free. Free to look for and find the works that you want, driven by your own curiosity and not by algorithmic filter bubbles that decide for you, without listing what you download in the supplier's databases.
faq->entries->how-will-file-sharing-freedom-benefit-citizens->title How will file sharing freedom benefit citizens?
faq->entries->how-will-file-sharing-freedom-benefit-citizens->body They will be free to access works through file sharing networks without being required to use platforms that profile them.
faq->entries->i-like-being-social-why-p2p-file-sharing-should-be-better-than-distribution-platforms->title I like being social. Why p2p file sharing should be better than distribution platforms?
faq->entries->i-like-being-social-why-p2p-file-sharing-should-be-better-than-distribution-platforms->body Because p2p file sharing allows you to be really social: when you share files, at the same time you get files from other people. Interacting with an algorithm is not being social. P2p sometimes optimizes bandwith usage, when you are collecting a file that is available at many other clients, many of them might send you different parts at the same time, considerably reducing transfer time.
faq->entries->how-much-will-it-cost-for-users->title How much will it cost for users?
faq->entries->how-much-will-it-cost-for-users->body There is a spectrum of possible implementations of our proposal. We believe it's possible, with modern empirical methods and evidence-based economics, to calculate the fair compensation for the various scenarios.
faq->entries->how-will-freedom-to-share-files-benefit-artists->title How will freedom to share files benefit artists?
faq->entries->how-will-freedom-to-share-files-benefit-artists->body They will receive money for the use of their works from file sharers. Moreover they will allow citizens to access their works by means that are not under control of third parties: authors will enjoy more freedom and their works will be at hand.
faq->entries->if-file-sharing-is-free-how-will-artists-earn-money->title If file sharing is free how will artists earn money?
faq->entries->if-file-sharing-is-free-how-will-artists-earn-money->body They will receive a share of the fair remuneration collected for use of their works. This will add to their usual means of remuneration.
faq->entries->what-should-authors-do-to-make-sure-that-their-work-is-available-for-file-sharing->title What should authors do to make sure that their work is available for file sharing?
faq->entries->what-should-authors-do-to-make-sure-that-their-work-is-available-for-file-sharing->body Publish it and wait for citizens to share it. If they want, they can also personally make available their work through file sharing networks.
faq->entries->what-if-an-author-does-not-agree-to-have-his-work-shared-through-file-sharing-networks->title What if an author does not agree to have his work shared through file sharing networks?
faq->entries->what-if-an-author-does-not-agree-to-have-his-work-shared-through-file-sharing-networks->body He is free to not publish his work and then his work will not be shared. Once a work is public, all citizens have some right (sing privately, make copies for personal use and, we believe, use file sharing networks for personal use).
faq->entries->how-should-money-be-distributed-among-authors-and-other-right-holders->title How should money be distributed among authors and other right holders?
faq->entries->how-should-money-be-distributed-among-authors-and-other-right-holders->body Collecting societies already have different methods to share among authors and other right holders the fair remuneration collected (money collected from the private copy levy, etc.). We believe that distribution of fair compensation collected for file sharing could be very fair if done properly. As way of example, it could be possible to develop transparent and fair statistics on the works shared through file sharing networks implementing a safe "counter" measuring the number of transfers for each file and dividing the total amount collected proportionally between content creators.
faq->entries->are-you-against-authors->title Are you against authors?
faq->entries->are-you-against-authors->body Not at all. We want to update copyright so that it's compatible with modern reality and people's preferences. We believe modern technology is an opportunity for authors, not a problem. We also believe that it's harmful for authors to depend on and support very unfair and unpopular status quo of copyright laws. Some authors might be appreciated and know by people much more thanks to file sharing.
faq->entries->are-you-against-rightsholders->title Are you against rightsholders?
faq->entries->are-you-against-rightsholders->body No, as long as they pursue the stated objectives of copyright (and author rights), that is the promotion of culture and social progress. Majors lost an opportunity when they attacked Napster in the early 2000; they could have sided with it and gained a free money machine. Instead they missed a decade and now they depend on royalties from Spotify, Apple, etc. for their survival. Our proposal is an opportunity for collecting societies, publishers, record labels and other rightsholders too.
faq->entries->are-you-against-digital-platforms->title Are you against digital platforms?
faq->entries->are-you-against-digital-platforms->body No, if they do not abuse of their power to control and profile people. The various internet services which have come to dominate the digital distribution of culture can be a net positive because they make distribution more efficient. Disintermediation can also reduce the amount of money wasted on middlemen who do not produce any additional culture. However, we don't see why giant centralised internet services run by few multinationals should be in control of culture in the digital era. Efforts like article 17 in directive 790/2019 ("upload filters") were misguided, and will inevitably fail, because they failed to attack the root problem.
faq->entries->do-you-want-to-destroy-existing-digital-distribution-channels->title Do you want to destroy existing digital distribution channels?
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faq->entries->are-you-against-rightsholders->title Are you against rightsholders?
faq->entries->could-this-proposal-be-used-as-a-legal-blanket-for-the-distribution-of-private-information-such-as-personal-data-private-pictures-etc->body No. This proposal only concerns the distribution of published material. Sharing unpublished materials will remain illegal. In addition to that, distribution of personal data is illegal if does not comply with the GDPR.
faq->entries->could-this-proposal-be-used-as-a-legal-blanket-for-the-distribution-of-private-information-such-as-personal-data-private-pictures-etc->title Could this proposal be used as a "legal blanket" for the distribution of private information such as personal data, private pictures, etc.?
faq->entries->do-you-want-to-destroy-existing-digital-distribution-channels->body No. Services survive in the long run because consumers like them, not because politicians write this or that law.
faq->entries->do-you-want-to-destroy-existing-digital-distribution-channels->title Do you want to destroy existing digital distribution channels?
faq->entries->file-sharing-platforms-are-competitors-of-netflix-spotify-and-other-content-distribution-platforms->body No. Because they are networks, there is no single competitor: file sharing networks are distributed (there is no mandatory intermediary). File sharing networks are owned by the citizens that participate in it.
faq->entries->file-sharing-platforms-are-competitors-of-netflix-spotify-and-other-content-distribution-platforms->title Are file sharing platforms competitors of Netflix, Spotify and other content distribution platforms?
faq->entries->how-do-you-think-file-sharing-should-be-regulated->body We believe file sharing should be free for private use by citizens; authors and other right holders should receive a fair remuneration for the use of their works by citizens.
faq->entries->how-do-you-think-file-sharing-should-be-regulated->title How do you think file sharing should be regulated?
faq->entries->how-much-will-it-cost-for-users->body There is a spectrum of possible implementations of our proposal. We believe it's possible, with modern empirical methods and evidence-based economics, to calculate the fair compensation for the various scenarios.
faq->entries->how-much-will-it-cost-for-users->title How much will it cost for users?
faq->entries->how-should-money-be-distributed-among-authors-and-other-right-holders->body Collecting societies already have different methods to share among authors and other right holders the fair remuneration collected (money collected from the private copy levy, etc.). We believe that distribution of fair compensation collected for file sharing could be very fair if done properly. As way of example, it could be possible to develop transparent and fair statistics on the works shared through file sharing networks implementing a safe "counter" measuring the number of transfers for each file and dividing the total amount collected proportionally between content creators.
faq->entries->how-should-money-be-distributed-among-authors-and-other-right-holders->title How should money be distributed among authors and other right holders?
faq->entries->how-will-file-sharing-freedom-benefit-citizens->body They will be free to access works through file sharing networks without being required to use platforms that profile them.
faq->entries->how-will-file-sharing-freedom-benefit-citizens->title How will file sharing freedom benefit citizens?
faq->entries->how-will-freedom-to-share-files-benefit-artists->body They will receive money for the use of their works from file sharers. Moreover they will allow citizens to access their works by means that are not under control of third parties: authors will enjoy more freedom and their works will be at hand.
faq->entries->how-will-freedom-to-share-files-benefit-artists->title How will freedom to share files benefit artists?
faq->entries->i-am-a-national-of-one-eu-member-state-but-living-in-another-eu-member-state-in-which-member-state-do-i-sign->body You can choose to select either the country of your citizenship or the country where you currently live in. Please bear in mind, that you can sign up only once for the initiative “Freedom to Share”. The data which you provide in your signature will determine in which member state your signature will be counted. Example: an Austrian citizen living in Estonia can either: a) fill in the form for Estonia, providing their full first names, family names, address, date and place of birth and nationality - in this case, their signature will be verified and therefore counted in Estonia, or b) or fill in the form for Austria, providing in addition to the above data a personal identification document number from the list accepted by Austria – in this case, their signature will be verified and therefore counted in Austria.
faq->entries->i-am-a-national-of-one-eu-member-state-but-living-in-another-eu-member-state-in-which-member-state-do-i-sign->title I am a national of one EU member state but living in another EU member state. In which member state do I sign?
faq->entries->i-am-eu-citizen-resident-outside-of-the-eu-can-i-sign-the-eci->body This depends on the member state of which you are national. Depending on the requirements asked by the member states, you may or may not be able to sign up online. This is due to the fact that some member states require an EU address.
faq->entries->i-am-eu-citizen-resident-outside-of-the-eu-can-i-sign-the-eci->title I am EU citizen resident outside of the EU. Can I sign the ECI?
faq->entries->i-like-being-social-why-p2p-file-sharing-should-be-better-than-distribution-platforms->body Because p2p file sharing allows you to be really social: when you share files, at the same time you get files from other people. Interacting with an algorithm is not being social. P2p sometimes optimizes bandwith usage, when you are collecting a file that is available at many other clients, many of them might send you different parts at the same time, considerably reducing transfer time.
faq->entries->i-like-being-social-why-p2p-file-sharing-should-be-better-than-distribution-platforms->title I like being social. Why p2p file sharing should be better than distribution platforms?
faq->entries->i-see-there-is-money-involved-who-is-going-to-pay-who->body It depends on how the proposal will be implemented in law. There are different legal techniques: 1. providing that citizens using file sharing networks have to pay a license to be allowed to share files including works. 2. providing for an additional small amount of money to be paid by all citizens that access the internet (and eventually share works through file sharing networks). 3. providing that a fair remuneration is paid by the state (using taxes paid by citizens).
faq->entries->i-see-there-is-money-involved-who-is-going-to-pay-who->title I see there is money involved. Who is going to pay who?
faq->entries->if-file-sharing-is-free-how-will-artists-earn-money->body They will receive a share of the fair remuneration collected for use of their works. This will add to their usual means of remuneration.
faq->entries->if-file-sharing-is-free-how-will-artists-earn-money->title If file sharing is free how will artists earn money?
faq->entries->im-not-sure-ive-signed-the-eci-yet-can-i-sign-a-second-time-or-is-my-signature-invalidated->body Yes, sign again if you're unsure. Your signature is valid and is counted only once. The software automatically detects double signatures and sorts out duplicates.
faq->entries->im-not-sure-ive-signed-the-eci-yet-can-i-sign-a-second-time-or-is-my-signature-invalidated->title I'm not sure I've signed the ECI yet. Can I sign a second time or is my signature invalidated?
faq->entries->is-file-sharing-legal->body File sharing on peer-to-peer networks is not legal. The objective of the initiative is to change the law in the European Union.

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They will receive money for the use of their works from file sharers. Moreover they will allow citizens to access their works by means that are not under control of third parties: authors will enjoy more freedom and their works will be at hand.
They will receive money for the use of their works from file sharers. Moreover they will allow citizens to access their works by means that are not under controll of third parties: authors will enojoy more freedom and their works will be at hand.
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Freedom to Share / webEnglish

They will receive money for the use of their works from file sharers. Moreover they will allow citizens to access their works by means that are not under control of third parties: authors will enjoy more freedom and their works will be at hand.
They will receive money for the use of their works from file sharers. Moreover they will allow citizens to access their works by means that are not under control of third parties: authors will enjoy more freedom and their works will be at hand.
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