Two new CREATe pieces on Internet Policy Review

ipr-logoTwo new articles, respectively the twenty-third and twenty-fourth entries in CREATe’s Working Paper Series, are now available to access as part of Vol 3, Issue 4 of Internet Policy Review. Edina Harbinja’s Virtual worlds players – consumers or citizens? explores aspects of End User Licence Agreements and notes the unfairness of their provisions, particularly the imbalance between user and developer interests governed by such contracts. User illusion: ideological construction of ‘user-generated content’ in the EC consultation on copyright by Kristofer Erickson examines how various stakeholders in the 2014 EC consultation on copyright attempted to shape the definition of UGC in order to suit their interests, sometimes aligning or conflicting with other stakeholder groups. 

Both papers are now freely accessible from Internet Policy Review Vol 3, Issue 4.

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