Monthly Archives: August 2014

Last Weekend to See British Folk Art at Tate Britain

Last month I had the opportunity to visit the British Folk Art exhibition at the Tate Britain in London, which runs until 31st August. This small but carefully-curated show will likely be of interest to copyright researchers and those interested … Continue reading

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CREATe Data Specialist at Glasgow University

CREATe at the University of Glasgow is currently seeking a Data Specialist to help to maximise the impact of CREATe’s digital identity. A successful candidate will maintain, develop and design tools to exploit datasets, including those developed by CREATe and those … Continue reading

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Quit Playing Around: Monkey Stirs Up Copyright Controversy with Selfie

Guestpost by Emily Goodhand, first appeared here. This week saw the return of the ‘monkey selfie’ story. A British wildlife photographer was photographing crested black macaque monkeys in Indonesia when the monkeys began to show an interest in his equipment and started taking … Continue reading

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New CREATe Working Paper (2014/07) Explores the Role of the Literature Review

The seventeenth release in CREATe’s Working Paper Series is now available to download. Literature reviews as a means of communicating progress in research by Ruth Towse (CREATe Fellow in Cultural Economics, University of Glasgow and Professor Economics  of Creative Industries, CIPPM, … Continue reading

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Fanfiction: Creators, communities and copyright

In the second of an ongoing series of features, Philippa Warr explores the recent trend of cloned games on mobile platforms and some of the legal and regulatory issues that the phenomenon raises. Fanfiction: Creators, communities and copyright. From zombie apocalypses in … Continue reading

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