|AGCOM would intervene only |
after unsuccessful takedown requests
(but who would dare to say 'NO'
to such an irresistible rightholder??)
|Filippo was asked to promote |
legal content offers among tourists,
but the day was so hot that
he fell asleep inside the Colosseum
This part somehow echoes the recent Lescure Report in France (here and here). Among other things, that report acknowledged that online legal offer of contents is still insufficient in France, and feared that it might be unlikely for users accustomed to free consumption of illegal contents to switch to legal offers, even in the presence of low-priced options. This might be due to insufficient offer segmentation in terms of pricing models, functionalities offered
|"Sure, I am just about to answer|
AGCOM consultation - I'll do that
before cocktail hour."
The draft AGCOM regulation does not say how it intends to promote legal offers. Thus, it is unclear whether this is destined to remain a vague plea or would instead translate into concrete measures.