Exciting news was announced on Friday by the EIFL, (Electronic Information for Libraries), about the new Polish Copyright Act [link in Polish] which went into effect on November 20th 2015 bringing library services in Poland into the twenty-first century. According to the article:

“Major new provisions enabling digitization for socially beneficial purposes, such as education and preservation of cultural heritage, are the centrepiece for libraries of the new law…As a result, library services in Poland can be said to have entered the twenty-first century. Crucially, the library community participated for the first time in high-level policy discussions on copyright, and librarians became recognized as important stakeholders in a national reform process.”

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