Monthly Archives: December 2014

Private copying: A pause for thought in Copydan (C-463/12)?

The European private copying exception under Art. 5(2)(b) of the 2001 Information Society Directive, and its varying implementations among EU member states, is continuing to cause a great deal of controversy and litigation. The Musicians’ Union (MU), The British Academy … Continue reading

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Fully Funded PhD at the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM), Bournemouth University

A fully funded PhD studentship (match-funded by Bournemouth University and Econolyst Ltd)  titled ‘Designing for the Future: The Intellectual Property Implications of 3D Printing, 3D Scanning and Mass Customisation’ is available at CIPPM with an expected start date of September 2015.  The closing … Continue reading

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CREATe Event Reflects on Value of the Public Domain

On the morning of Friday 5th December CREATe and around sixty delegates convened at the Connected Digital Economy Catapult‘s breathtaking new Central London base. The purpose was to reflect on the outcomes and lessons of ‘Valuing the Public Domain’, a research and … Continue reading

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CREATe Newsletter Launches

Issue one of CREATe’s newsletter is now available to download. Inside you will find a range of stories describing CREATe’s recent work, including accounts of policy and industry engagement, as well as details of forthcoming events and publications. Featured articles … Continue reading

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