Category Archives: CREATe Blog

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

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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Adopting a Stakeholder-centric approach to copyright consultation

Today, CREATe publishes ‘Improving Deliberation, Improving Copyright’, authored by Lee Edwards and Giles Moss. The Report can be found here, and the Toolkit which forms the companion piece, can be found here. This is highly innovative research with the potential … Continue reading

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Public service broadcasting, streaming services and the future for ‘terms of trade’

Response by CREATe (www.create.ac.uk) to the Parliamentary Inquiry by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee into ‘The future of public service broadcasting’ CREATe has submitted today evidence to the parliamentary inquiry into ‘The future of public service broadcasting’ conducted … Continue reading

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Implementing articles 18-22 of the Copyright Directive: Opinion of the European Copyright Society

The European Copyright Society (ECS), a group of prominent European scholars, has published an opinion on the implementation of the Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market into national law: Comment Addressing Selected Aspects of the Implementation of Articles … Continue reading

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New Working Paper: The production, circulation, consumption and ownership of scientific knowledge: historical perspectives

CREATe presents the fourth entry in our series of working papers released in 2020: “The production, circulation, consumption and ownership of scientific knowledge: historical perspectives”. This working paper by Aileen Fyfe (Professor of Modern History, University of St Andrews), is … Continue reading

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New Working Paper: Streaming Culture

CREATe is publishing today a new working paper Streaming Culture, offering a fascinating analysis of changing online consumption behaviour in the five years between 2013 and 2018. This is joint work with Nesta, within the AHRC Creative Industries Policy & … Continue reading

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Implementing the Copyright Directive: A new web resource

The process of reforming copyright in the European Union did not finish with the adoption of Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market (CDSM) in April 2019. The CDSM Directive now has to become a part of national laws … Continue reading

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Opportunities: Two Interdisciplinary Postdocs at CREATe

An exciting opportunity has arisen for postdoctoral work on two externally funded projects: the AHRC Creative Industries Policy and Evidence Centre (PEC), working with Professors Martin Kretschmer, Philip Schlesinger and Gillian Doyle; and the H2020 funded consortium reCreating Europe: Rethinking … 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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New Working Paper: Text and Data Mining in Intellectual Property Law: Towards an Autonomous Classification of Computational Legal Methods

CREATe presents the first entry in our series of working papers released in 2020: “Text and Data Mining in Intellectual Property Law: Towards an Autonomous Classification of Computational Legal Methods” by Thomas Margoni (CREATe Co-Director, Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property … Continue reading

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