Recent CREATe Blog Entries
- CALL FOR PAPERS: EPIP2021 conference (8-10 September 2021)
- Gating the Gatekeepers (2): Competition 2.0?
- ‘Small Screen: Big Debate’ CREATe Submission to Ofcom consultation on public service broadcasters and the UK broadcasting sector
- Book Now: CREATe Public Lecture – An Empirical Perspective on Drafting Copyright Exceptions
- CREATe Online Public Lecture: ‘Can’t those European Judges Think for Themselves? Why the Court of Justice of the European Union has Advocates General’
- Keep up to date with ReCreating Europe
- Call for abstracts: Are We Owned?
- Copyright Evidence Wiki: Annual Round-Up 2019-2020
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Category Archives: CREATe Blog
‘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
This week sees the close of the Call for Papers for the annual Conference of the Society of the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (‘SHARP’) – ‘Moving Texts: From Discovery to Delivery’ (26-30 July 2021) – which we publicised … Continue reading
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
Gating the Gatekeepers: The responsibilities of platforms for their content is changing, in the UK, in the EU and globally
December 15th, 2020 will be remembered as a momentous day in the relationship between big tech and society. You may think this is because the UK government announced long awaited measures to regulate online harms – measures that fundamentally change … Continue reading
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
A group of leading international academics has published an open letter concerning the right of revocation. This new right, regulating copyright contracts, is provided for in article 22 of the recent EU Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market. … Continue reading
This post first appeared on the blog of the AHRC Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre (PEC) – this is an updated version which also includes a Reading List. The public sphere – our common communicative space – is central … Continue reading
Copyright Contracts and the Economics of Music Streaming: How can policy favour more equitable business models?
CREATe has submitted evidence to the Parliamentary Inquiry by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee into the ‘Economics of Music Streaming’. In recent years music streaming has become the pre-eminent means for the dissemination and consumption of recorded music. This … Continue reading
SHARP’s 2021 annual conference (Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing) will take place virtually from 26 – 30 July 2021, hosted by the University of Muenster, Germany. In addition to traditional panels with 20 minute papers, this year … Continue reading