Category Archives: CREATe Blog

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

CREATe Public Lecture Series – Spring 2019

Wednesday, 6 March 2019, 1730 – 1900 Humanities Lecture Theatre, Main Building, University of Glasgow                 The Great Transformation or Going to Hell in a Handbasket?: Innovation and Intellectual Property in the 21st Century. Professor … Continue reading

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The Effect of Copyright on Book Markets in South Africa (with application to other life-plus regimes). Seminar by Prof. Paul Heald

Monday, 25 February 2019, 1215 – 1330 Venue: Room 253, Gilbert Scott Building The Effect of Copyright on Book Markets in South Africa (with application to other life-plus regimes) Professor Paul Heald, University of Illinois Research on the effect of copyright … Continue reading

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Industrial Policy gone wrong: The Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive

Yesterday morning, before the agreement reached in the trilogue between Commission, Parliament and Council, I gave an interview to Wired on Article 13. What we know about the final text from the representation in the press release by the Parliament’s rapporteur … Continue reading

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Report: CREATe Public Lecture by Dr. Martin Husovec – How Difficult Is It to Repeal New Intellectual Property Rights?

Report by Anthony Rosborough, (LLM Candidate in the Intellectual Property & Digital Economy Programme at the University of Glasgow) On the 6th of February, Dr. Martin Husovec (Assistant Professor at Tilburg Law School) presented a lecture focused on the difficulty … Continue reading

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Copyright Evidence Wiki January 2019 Round-Up

This post is part of a series of summary round-ups for 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 … Continue reading

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Copyright Evidence Wiki December 2018 Round-Up

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 … Continue reading

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CREATe launches Art and Modern Copyright: The Contested Image

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 … Continue reading

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New Working Paper: Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning and EU copyright law: Who owns AI?

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 … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Cultural Diplomacy 2.0 in Question

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 … Continue reading

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