Monthly Archives: April 2018

Open Letter: The EU Copyright Directive is failing

Academics from 25 leading Intellectual Property research centres in Europe have published an open letter, expressing grave concerns at the legislative direction of the proposed copyright directive. After a balanced draft report by the European Parliament’s Rapporteur Therese Comodini (Comodini … Continue reading

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New Copyright Guidance for Museums & Galleries + Copyright Awareness Hour Announcement

Copyright specialist and CREATe Industry Fellow Naomi Korn marks World IP Day with the launch of new Copyright Guidance for Museums & Galleries, and announces an upcoming Copyright Awareness Hour. Museums are creators and commissioners of copyright works, consumers of … Continue reading

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The Text and Data Mining exception in the Proposal for a Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market: Why it is not what EU copyright law needs

A summary of this post has been published in The Conversation on 24 May 2018: http://theconversation.com/data-mining-why-the-eus-proposed-copyright-measures-get-it-wrong-96743 An extended version has been accepted for presentation at the European Policy for Intellectual Property conference (EPIP 2018), taking place in Berlin on 5-7 … Continue reading

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Register Now: Official Launch of the OpenMinTeD Platform

Registration is now open for the official launch of the OpenMinTeD platform, in Brussels on Thursday 24 May 2018. The event comprises a number of discussions throughout the day on the way forward for Text and Data Mining (TDM). If … Continue reading

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Book Now: EnDOW Final Conference – Diligent search in the EU: Challenges and opportunities

Booking is now open for the final conference of the EnDOW project. The conference will be held in Alicante, Spain, on 15th May 2018. For the full programme and the booking link, see here. EnDOW (“Enhancing access to 20th Century cultural … Continue reading

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Research Blog Series: Oral Histories & Intellectual Property

For the Research Blog Series, Jose Bellido presents an oral history project collecting interviews with retired barristers, solicitors, civil servants, activists and academics, involved with intellectual property law. Project: Intellectual Property: Oral Histories Investigators: Jose Bellido (University of Kent) and … Continue reading

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Report: CREATe Public Lecture by Carys Craig -The Predictable Decline of Fair Dealing?

Report on CREATe’s Spring Public Lecture by PhD student and Copyright Wiki Sub-Editor, Amy Thomas. As part of CREATE’s Spring 2018 Public Lecture series, Carys Craig (Associate Professor, York University, Toronto) presented her findings concerning the origins and development of the … Continue reading

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The Adventure of The Missing Note: The Game is On at the Icepops conference

Icepops 2018 – the International Copyright-literacy Event with Playful Opportunities for Practitioners and Scholars – took place on Tuesday 3rd April at the University of Liverpool. The conference was conceived and co-chaired by Chris Morrison and Dr Jane Secker, and … Continue reading

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Research Blog Series: Copyright History & Policy

Elena Cooper discusses her research in the area of Copyright History and Policy, for the Research Blog Series. Copyright, History and Policy evidences the diversity of research at CREATe. Led by Elena Cooper, a postdoctoral researcher at the University of … Continue reading

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Research Blog Series: Human rights and the public interest

In the first post on the theme of Public Interest, Daithí Mac Síthigh presents research into freedom of expression and other human rights in the context of copyright, for our Research Blog Series. Project: Human rights and the public interest Investigators: Emily Laidlaw … Continue reading

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