Riformare il diritto d'autore per sostenere l'open science: dalla pandemia opportunità unica | Agenda Digitale
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In the wake of the pandemic, many voices were raised in favor of strengthening Open Science and the need for a reform of the law on copyright is emerging to make it possible.
To solve this problem, the Italian Association for the Promotion of Open Science (AISA) launched in 2016 a proposal to amend the Italian law on copyright aimed at transplanting in Italy a regulatory model already adopted in other European countries such as Germany, the Netherlands, France and Belgium. The regulatory model is focused on granting the author an inalienable right to make their work publicly available.