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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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Book Now: 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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New Working Paper: Facebook ‘Regulation’: a process not a text

CREATe presents the seventh entry in our series of working papers released in 2020: “Facebook ‘Regulation’: a process not a text” by Prof. Leighton Andrews (Cardiff University). Leighton Andrews’ Working Paper addresses the unfinished process of regulating Facebook,  writes Philip … Continue reading

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OpenAIRE – Webinars on legal aspects of data regulation for research

OpenAIRE, the European Open Science infrastructure, recently organised two public webinars within the Legal Policy Webinar series. They were live streamed on April 29th and May 4th and the recordings, including slides, are available here. The aim was to provide … Continue reading

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Webinar Report: Intellectual Property for Research (SGSAH)

How does intellectual property impact the creativity and research outputs of doctoral researchers? CREATe team member, Amy Thomas (RTA, Copyright Evidence Wiki Sub-Editor), explored this question in a webinar supported by Vitae and IPO, and in collaboration with the Scottish … 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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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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