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CREATe Online Public Lecture: ‘Can’t those European Judges Think for Themselves? Why the Court of Justice of the European Union has Advocates General’

We are delighted to announce that Eleanor Sharpston QC will be delivering our second public lecture of this academic year. Due to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions which remain in place, this event will be hosted online. “Can’t those European Judges Think … Continue reading

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Call for abstracts: Are We Owned?

‘Are We Owned? A Multidisciplinary and Comparative Conversation on Intellectual Property in the Algorithmic Society’ will take place at the University of Stirling, Friday 8th October 2021. Intellectual Property (IP) plays a crucial role in allowing uses of new technologies … Continue reading

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Report: Who’s Zoomin’ Who? Music, Copyright and Precarity

This event report was written by Janet Burgess, PhD student at CREATe. On Thursday, November 12th 2020, Kenny Barr and Janet Burgess from CREATe joined Casi Dylan (Cultural Activities Co-ordinator at the University’s College of Arts) to host an online … Continue reading

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Copyright Law and the European Court of Justice: A ‘Modern Law Review’ double bill

CREATe is publishing today working paper 2020/12, a double bill of two publications in the Modern Law Review. Prof. Martin Kretschmer has offered this introductory note: The complex and elusive structure we call ‘Europe’ is the result of multiple cultural, … Continue reading

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IP Reading Group: Thoughts on Theory

In our latest IP Reading Group discussions, CREATe PGRs shared their thoughts on their chosen theoretical frameworks, ranging from classic theorists such as Jeremy Bentham, to the application of Buddhist principles in rethinking privacy law. This blog provides a selection … Continue reading

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Just published: Copy This Book! What Data Tells Us about Copyright and the Public Good

CREATe Fellow and Law Professor at the University of Illinois, Paul Heald presents his new book, looking at the state of copyright in the twenty-first century CREATe saw it first!  Much of the data collected in Copy This Book!: What … Continue reading

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CREATe Online Public Lecture ‘Reflecting on the Public Voice in Copyright Consultations’

We are delighted to open booking for our first Public Lecture of the 2020-2021 academic year. Although we are unable to hold the event in the University of Glasgow's beautiful Humanities Lecture Theatre as usual, we will be hosting it … Continue reading

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Copyright Evidence Wiki October 2020 Round-Up

This is part of a series of summary posts rounding-up new entries to the Copyright Evidence Wiki (organised thematically). As part of CREATe’s workstream for the AHRC Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre, the Wiki catalogues empirical studies on copyright. This month, Dr Kenny … Continue reading

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New Working Paper: After the post-public sphere

CREATe presents the ninth entry into our series of working papers released in 2020: “After the post-public sphere” by Prof. Philip Schlesinger (Professor in Cultural Theory, Centre for Cultural Policy Research and Deputy Director of CREATe, University of Glasgow). Sometimes, … Continue reading

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Implementing the CDSM: Overcoming polarisation through better consultation?

Guest post by Lee Edwards, Associate Professor at LSE, and Giles Moss, Associate Professor at University of Leeds. In just under a year’s time, the Copyright in the Digital Single Market directive (CDSM) should be fully implemented in EU member … Continue reading

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