Recent CREATe Blog Entries
- CREATe Public Lecture Series – Spring 2019
- Copyright Evidence Wiki December 2018 Round-Up
- CREATe launches Art and Modern Copyright: The Contested Image
- New Working Paper: Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and EU copyright law: Who owns AI?
- New Working Paper: Television and the development of the data economy: Data analysis, power and the public interest
- Cultural Diplomacy 2.0 in Question
- Report: CREATe Public Lecture by Dr. Fiona Macmillan – Copyright and Contemporary Culture: Between Market and Community
- CREATe to lead Intellectual Property research in new UK Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre
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Wednesday, 6 February 2019, 1730 – 1900 Humanities Lecture Theatre, Main Building, University of Glasgow How Difficult Is It to Repeal New Intellectual Property Rights? Ass. Prof. Martin Husovec, Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society (TILT), Tilburg University [Book Here] For the first in the Spring 2019 Public Lecture Series, CREATe welcomes Martin Husovec to present ‘How Difficult Is It to Repeal New Intellectual Property Rights’. Abstract: In 2010s, we are witnessing a number of policy debates concerning proposals for new intellectual property rights. The high-profile examples include the publisher’s rights, data producer’s rights, and sports events organizer’s rights. The arguments behind these rights are purely utilitarian, unlike in case of some traditional intellectual property rights, such as … Continue reading
This is the second 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, we summarise new studies added to the database under the themes of: Platform Regulation; Copyright in Courts; Copyright and Libraries; Perceptions of Copyright, and; Open Source.
To launch the publication of her new book, Art and Modern Copyright: The Contested Image, CREATe’s Dr Elena Cooper gave a talk at the Victorian Picture Gallery, Royal Holloway, University of London on 5 December 2018. Dr Cooper illustrated central themes of her research – the first in-depth and longitudinal study of copyright protecting the visual arts – by drawing on the rich collection of nineteenth century paintings in the Gallery, focussing particularly on nineteenth century copyright debates concerning painters’ repetitions of their own work. The presentation provoked comments and questions from a broad interdisciplinary audience. A film, presented by Dr Cooper, using the paintings in the Gallery as a way into the history of copyright, will follow in 2019, … Continue reading
Now available is a new paper in the CREATe Working Paper series: Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and EU copyright law: Who owns AI? by Thomas Margoni Dr Thomas Margoni is a Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property and Internet Law at the School of Law – CREATe Centre and convener of the LLM programme in Intellectual Property and the Digital Economy. His research interests concentrate on the relationship between law (especially IP) and new technologies with particular attention to the role of the Internet as a new medium to access, create and disseminate knowledge in the current information-based society. Recent examples of research projects include OpenMinTeD, the EU H2020 project for the development of an e-infrastructure for Text and Data Mining (TDM) … Continue reading
New Working Paper: Television and the development of the data economy: Data analysis, power and the public interest
A paper forthcoming in the International Journal of Digital Television is now available in the CREATe Working Paper series: Television and the development of the data economy: Data analysis, power and the public interest by Gillian Doyle. Gillian Doyle is Professor of Media Economics and Director of the Centre for Cultural Policy Research (CCPR) at the University of Glasgow, and Co-Investigator of CREATe’s workstrand in the new AHRC Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre (PEC). ABSTRACT: Data analysis is steadily becoming more central to management decision-making in media organizations across the globe. The reliance of subscription video on demand (SVoD) services, such as Netflix, on data analytics to underpin decisions about new content investment is well-established. However, what are the key … Continue reading
Professor Philip Schlesinger, Deputy Director of CREATe, spoke about new intermediaries and platform regulation at the European University Institute’s executive training seminar on how cultural diplomacy is presently being reshaped in the digital age. The event was held on 28-30 November 2018 in Florence.
Report: CREATe Public Lecture by Dr. Fiona Macmillan – Copyright and Contemporary Culture: Between Market and Community
Report by Anthony Rosborough (LLM Candidate in the Intellectual Property & Digital Economy Programme at the University of Glasgow). On the 21st of November, Dr. Fiona Macmillan (Professor at Birkbeck, University of London, School of Law) delivered a lecture on the relationship between intellectual property markets and the management of cultural heritage. Chaired by Professor Martin Kretschmer, the lecture was held in the University of Glasgow’s Arts and Humanities Lecture Theatre as part of CREATe’s autumn Public Lecture series. Dr. Macmillan’s main focus was how to properly define and conceptualise “cultural heritage” as a legal concept. She addressed the regulation of cultural heritage in international law under the “authorised cultural heritage” doctrine as established by the UNESCO Convention for the … Continue reading
Cambridge University Press publishes ‘Art and Modern Copyright: The Contested Image’ by Dr Elena Cooper
BOOK LAUNCH, Wednesday 5 December 2018, 6.15pm, Victorian Picture Gallery at Royal Holloway, University of London. Cambridge University Press have just published Art and Modern Copyright: The Contested Image by Dr Elena Cooper, Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at CREATe. The book is the first in-depth and longitudinal study of the history of copyright protecting the visual arts. Exploring legal developments during an important period in the making of the modern law, the mid-nineteenth to early twentieth centuries, in relation to four themes – the protection of copyright ‘authors’ (painters, photographers and engravers), art collectors, sitters and the public interest. It uncovers a number of long-forgotten narratives of copyright history, including views of copyright that differ from how we think about copyright … Continue reading
CREATe to lead Intellectual Property research in new UK Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre
PRESS RELEASE — University of Glasgow The AHRC has published a CREATe Report to support the Launch of the Creative Industries Clusters Programme, part of the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy. The study INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY & COLLABORATIVE AGREEMENTS IN THE CREATIVE INDUSTRIES (written by CREATe’s director Professor Martin Kretschmer, Bartolomeo Meletti and Dr Sukhpreet Singh) was published at the Beyond conference (Barbican, London, 17 November 2018) launching the UKRI Clusters programme. It includes interim recommendations developed with Ben Green (BGA) and Professor Andrew Chitty (AHRC Creative Economy Champion) on how the experimental nature of creative R&D collaborations between universities and industry may be supported by a new approach to collaborative agreements.
As part of CREATe’s role in the new AHRC UK Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC), we are providing monthly updates summarising new entries to the Copyright Evidence Wiki (organised thematically). The Wiki catalogues empirical studies on copyright, informing public and policy development based on evidence. In the first of this series of posts, we summarise the new empirical studies added to this database under the themes of: Piracy; Copyright in the Courts; Open Licensing, and; Copyright and Representation.