Copyright ruling begs question: Does embedding of fine artwork images online really harm artists? 

A common problem in the current copyright debate is that it is based on assumptions, not on facts and proven contexts. If authors or rights holders actually suffer damage when licensed images of works of fine art are embedded, then this would, of course, need to be counteracted within the framework of the copyright reform. However, the mere assumption that this is the case should not be sufficient.

Source: Copyright ruling begs question: Does embedding of fine artwork images online really harm artists? | Europeana Pro

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