On July 12th, the French Superior Council of Intellectual Property (the Conseil supérieur de la propriété littéraire et artistiqueCSPLA”), an advisory body to the Ministry of Culture, unveiled its mission report on NFTs, presenting its risks and opportunities analysis and proposing 20 recommendations concerning, in particular, the legal issues related to counterfeiting, platform liability or taxation. This short paper briefly presents a selection of some of the main findings of the CSPLA mission report. The full report is available here.

HOW DO COPYRIGHT RULES APPLY TO NFTS ?

NFT PLATFORMS LIABILITY

Tax wise, ARE NFTs digital assets?

Practises

Intellectual Property

Trademarks, brand and design protection

Licensing and transactions

IP litigation

Anti-counterfeiting

Designations of origin

Information Technology

Online content disputes

IT litigation

IT agreements

Access and use of public data

IT Regulatory

Data Privacy and cybersecurity

Personal Data compliance

Personal Data litigation

Cybersecurity

Privacy Regulatory

Media, Entertainment & Sports

Advertising

News - Book publishers

E-reputation – Influencers

Defamation - Image Rights

Sports - Gaming

Commercial and E-commerce

Commercial litigation

E-commerce

Commercial agreements and Distribution

Consumer Law

Team

News

  • News

30 July 2022

NFT-PROOF COPYRIGHT : FRENCH MINISTRY OF CULTURE’S ADVISORY BODY (CSPLA) ISSUES 20 RECOMMENDATIONS

On July 12th, the French Superior Council of Intellectual Property (the Conseil supérieur de la ...

  • Conference

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  • Publication

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