This paper concerns the question whether a revision of the substantive copyright law is needed due to the various challenges posed by Web 2.0. These range from the fair and equal treatment of user-generated content via links, frames and the various activities of online platforms and aggregators on the internet, to more technically complex issues such as the geo-portability of contents subscribed to. Further important aspects of necessary reform in the digital context include the adjustment of the exceptions and limitations to copyright as well as enforcement instruments.
Leistner, Matthias, Copyright Law on the Internet in Need of Reform: Hyperlinks, Online Platforms and Aggregators (2017). Journal of Intellectual Property Law and Practice 2017, 136-149.