Category Archives: CREATe Blog

Regular opinion pieces by consortium faculty, with a focus on the interdisciplinary character of our pioneering project

New Working Paper – Introduction to Art and Modern Copyright: The Contested Image

Following the last week’s publication of the working paper Copyright History in Review, CREATe is delighted to present a further working paper about copyright history: a re-print of the introductory chapter of Dr Elena Cooper’s monograph Art and Modern Copyright: … Continue reading

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New Working Paper: Copyright History in Review

Following the announcement on this blog in January, CREATe is delighted to present the third entry in our working paper series released in 2021: Copyright History in Review, which is a re-print of four reviews of recent scholarly books by … Continue reading

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CALL FOR PAPERS: EPIP2021 conference (8-10 September 2021)

The European Policy for Intellectual Property association – EPIP – announces its 16th Annual Conference in Madrid, Spain, from 8 to 10 September 2021, hosted by the Institute of Public Goods and Policies at the Spanish National Research Council, CSIC-IPP, … Continue reading

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New Working Paper – The Law of Data Scraping: A review of UK law on text and data mining

CREATe presents the second entry in our series of working papers released in 2021: “The Law of Data Scraping: A review of UK law on text and data mining” by Sheona Burrow, a (part time) postdoctoral research fellow at CREATe, University … Continue reading

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Royal Society of Edinburgh Network launch: Scottish Law and Innovation – SCOTLIN – 31 March 2021

The Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) has awarded funding to establish SCOTLIN, the Scottish Law and Innovation Network. CREATe is a core partner in the application and award, and the network will be led by Guido Noto La Diega (University … Continue reading

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Gating the Gatekeepers (2): Competition 2.0?

This post was written by Magali Eben, Lecturer in Competition Law. The European Commission presented its Proposal for a Digital Markets Act with much aplomb in December. If adopted, the DMA would usher in a new era of market regulation … Continue reading

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Book Now: CREATe Public Lecture – An Empirical Perspective on Drafting Copyright Exceptions

CREATe and reCreating Europe are delighted to announce that Emily Hudson will be delivering our third public lecture of this academic year. Due to Covid-19 lockdown restrictions which remain in place, this event will be hosted online. An Empirical Perspective … Continue reading

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New Working Paper – A question of (e)Sports: an answer from copyright

CREATe presents the first entry in our series of working papers released in 2021: “A question of (e)Sports: an answer from copyright”. This working paper by Amy Thomas, a PhD candidate and Research and Teaching Associate at CREATe, University of … Continue reading

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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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Keep up to date with ReCreating Europe

The EU Horizon 2020 funded consortium reCreating Europe: Rethinking digital copyright law for a culturally diverse, accessible, creative Europe has been working for just over a year to map, measure and assess the development and future of digital copyright, culture and creativity. … Continue reading

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