UK Copyright and
Creative Economy Centre

University of Glasgow

25 January 2022 in Blog

1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium – Call for Papers

The 1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium will be hosted by Edinburgh Law School, University of Edinburgh, on 1-2 June 2022.…
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UK Copyright and
Creative Economy Centre

University of Glasgow

25 January 2022

1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium – Call for Papers

About CREATe

CREATe investigates the future of creative production in the digital age. We look at the public sphere from the perspectives of intellectual property law, information law and competition law. We are the UK @copyrightcentre.

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About CREATe

CREATe investigates the future of creative production in the digital age. We look at the public sphere from the perspectives of intellectual property law, information law and competition law. We are the UK @copyrightcentre.

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BLOG

25 January 2022 in Blog

1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium – Call for Papers

The 1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium will be hosted by Edinburgh Law School, University of Edinburgh, on 1-2 June 2022.…
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20 January 2022 in Blog

New Working Paper – Coming into force, or coming into effect? A study on the German implementation of art. 17 CDSM

CREATe presents the first entry in our 2022 series of working papers: “Coming into Force, not Coming into Effect? The…
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19 January 2022 in Blog

CREATe Public Lectures Autumn 2021: Report on ‘The Society of Authors Meets Hollywood’ by Prof. Kathy Bowrey

In this blog, Michele De laco (postgraduate student, LLM Intellectual Property & the Digital Economy)  reports on the second CREATe…
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18 January 2022 in Blog, Policy

European Copyright Society (ECS): Comment on Copyright and the Digital Services Act Proposal

The European Copyright Society publishes today an opinion on the proposed EU Digital Services Act (DSA) and its relationship with…
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25 January 2022 in Blog

1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium – Call for Papers

The 1st SCOTLIN Early Career Scholars Symposium will be hosted by Edinburgh Law School, University of Edinburgh, on 1-2 June 2022.…
Read More
20 January 2022 in Blog

New Working Paper – Coming into force, or coming into effect? A study on the German implementation of art. 17 CDSM

CREATe presents the first entry in our 2022 series of working papers: “Coming into Force, not Coming into Effect? The…
Read More
19 January 2022 in Blog

CREATe Public Lectures Autumn 2021: Report on ‘The Society of Authors Meets Hollywood’ by Prof. Kathy Bowrey

In this blog, Michele De laco (postgraduate student, LLM Intellectual Property & the Digital Economy)  reports on the second CREATe…
Read More
18 January 2022 in Blog, Policy

European Copyright Society (ECS): Comment on Copyright and the Digital Services Act Proposal

The European Copyright Society publishes today an opinion on the proposed EU Digital Services Act (DSA) and its relationship with…
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The Copyright Evidence Portal gives access to the world’s current knowledge about copyright law and its effects – as a data-minable Wiki catalogue and through visualizations. It includes the Copyright Evidence Wiki, a digital resource intended to construct a complete catalogue of existing empirical evidence relevant to copyright policy in order to inform public debate.

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A digital archive of primary sources on copyright from the invention of the printing press (c. 1450) to the Berne Convention (1886) and beyond. For each of the thirteen geographical areas covered, a national editor has selected, transcribed, translated and commented on documents. Primary Sources on Copyright is co-produced with CIPIL / University of Cambridge.

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CopyrightUser.eu will provide authoritative and accessible guidance on EU copyright law. The website – developed through the Horizon 2020 project reCreating Europe: Rethinking digital copyright for a culturally diverse, accessible, creative Europe – will help ‘copyright users’ across the EU make informed decisions on copyright issues.

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CopyrightUser.org is an independent online resource intended to make UK copyright law accessible to creators, media professionals, entrepreneurs, students, and members of the public. The platform offers innovative multimedia resources and accessible guidance that are based on authoritative research and responsive to users’ needs.

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PROJECTS

Project: Competition & Markets
19 November 2021

Video-sharing Platform Creativity (AHRC PEC)

Video-sharing platforms such as YouTube, Vimeo, and TikTok advertise themselves as a creative paradise. Some scholars also believe these platforms…
Evidence viz toolProject: Creative Industries
22 April 2021

Copyright Evidence Portal (AHRC PEC)

Evidence synthesis and visualisation project, creating a data-minable catalogue of empirical studies relevant to copyright policy. This is a key…
Project: Creative Industries
22 April 2021

Developing best practice codes for creative audiovisual re-use

This project – part of the EU Horizon 2020 funded consortium reCreating Europe: Rethinking digital copyright law for a culturally…

RESEARCH PAPERS

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Outstanding LLM Dissertations 2021

We are happy to announce the publication of three outstanding IP LLM dissertations in the CREATe Working Papers series. The…
Blog

The birth of neo-regulation. Where next for the UK’s approach to platform regulation?

This is a Policy brief Philip Schlesinger and I drafted for the AHRC Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre (PEC).…
Blog

21 for 2021: Exceptions

This post is part of a series of evidence summaries for the 21 for 2021 project, a CREATe project within…
CREATe
Blog

New working paper – The EU press publishers’ right: where do Member States stand?

CREATe is happy to present the eighth entry in our series of working papers released in 2021: “The EU press…

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