- The EU just told data mining startups to take their business elsewhere
- British startup FactMata is trying to combat misinformation online with AI yet could be seriously challenged because of TDM restrictions.
- ScienceEurope on TDM: The Commission exception "allows for mining but doesn't strike gold"
- Research community concerned that proposed EP amendments to EU Copyright will be detrimental to scientific research and innovation
Read Chris Hartgerink's story about the opportunities TDM can bring and the challenges he faces due to inadequate Copyright rules.
08.06.2017EARE is delighted to welcome Research Libraries UK, SCONUL (Society of College, National and University Libraries) and UCL Library Services in its coalition today.
08.06.2017We have joined EARE to strengthen the voices calling for TDM to be available to any person with legal access so that it can live up to its full potential.
Policy Makers don't see the day-to-day implications of TDM
Ubermetrics founder and CEO Patrick Bunk explains how the current copyright reform could create a lot of uncertainties for European startups conducting TDM activities in Europe.
Copyright Law may drive successful startups out of Europe
Founder Michal Brzezicki talks about the impact of the copyright reform on Polish startup SentiOne, a social listening tool, which conducts TDM of publicly available data. Should the copyright reform pass as it currently it, it may drive successful European startups out of Europe.
ScienceEurope's full report on TDM
The importance of Content Mining for Science