Monthly Archives: March 2020

The implementation of the press publishers’ right in the CDSM Directive: lessons from France

Implementation to date The implementation clock is ticking. The new directive on copyright in the digital single market entered into force on 7 June 2019, giving the Member States two years to implement its provisions. Nine months have already passed, … Continue reading

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CREATe Public Lecture report: ‘Digital Disintermediation and Efficiency in the Market for Ideas’

Report by Kenny Barr (Research Associate in School of Culture and Creative Arts, University of Glasgow) On 5th February, Dr Christian Peukert (Católica-Lisbon/ETH Zurich) gave a CREATe Public Lecture on the effects of digitalisation in the book publishing industry. This … Continue reading

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Now Available: Platform Regulation Project Resource Page

Following the launch of the Platform Regulation project (as part of the AHRC Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre PEC), we have now made available a new resource page for the project, which will be updated throughout its duration. On … Continue reading

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Report: AI and Audiovisual Archives Event

This is a report by Thomas Margoni and Bartolomeo Meletti, of an event organised by Bartolomeo Meletti, jointly Copyright Education Creative Director for CREATe and Copyright Services Delivery Manager of Learning on Screen. On Friday 14 February 2020, Learning on … Continue reading

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Improving deliberation, improving copyright: Can deliberation work in complex contexts?

This post by Lee Edwards, Associate Professor at the LSE, and Giles Moss, Associate Professor at the University of Leeds was first published on the LSE Blogs site. It is a companion post to the blog published on the CREATe site … Continue reading

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