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Monthly Archives: July 2015
CREATe and the Digital Catapult are organising an interactive workshop and roundtable event that aims to generate points of discussion and provide reliable guidance about the legislation governing the digitisation, dissemination and consumption of orphan works in the digital age. It will also be an opportunity for the organisers to better understand what archivists and curators specifically need to know about the new orphan works exception and UK licensing scheme, and copyright law in general.
Copyright and Orphan Works / London / September 29th 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
A special issue of the Society for Computers and Law Journal is now available, focusing on many aspects associated with the emergence and growth of Smart Cities. Nine articles comprise the issue, directly inspired by the CREATe-sponsored event Understanding Smart Cities: … Continue reading
A new call for papers for an upcoming special issue of Internet Policy Review explores challenges facing regulators of the ‘sharing economy’ in Europe. The sharing economy concept, now with us for over a decade, refers to the digital enablement … Continue reading
Keynote: Waldfogel on “Creative Activity and Product ‘Quality’ in Music, Movies and Books since Napster/Digitization”
Post by Dr. Theodore Koutmeridis, CREATe Research Fellow, reviewing a keynote by Prof. Joel Waldfogel (University of Minnesota) titled “Creative Activity and Product ‘Quality’ in Music, Movies and Books since Napster/Digitization”. The keynote was presented at a CREATe capacity building event hosted … Continue reading