Category Archives: Creative Industries

New Working Paper: Know Your Rights: What can you do when your copyright is infringed?

CREATe presents the seventh entry in our series of working papers released in 2019: “Know Your Rights: What can you do when your copyright is infringed?” by Elena Cooper (Leverhulme Early Career Fellow, CREATe) and Sheona Burrow (Postdoctoral Research Fellow, … Continue reading

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Icepops 2019: Fear-Free Music

Post by Janet Burgess, PhD researcher at CREATe Just back from Edinburgh and the very informative, and entertaining, Icepops 2019 (or ‘International Copyright-Literacy Event with Playful Opportunities for Practitioners and Scholars’ to give it its full pedigree).  Devised and run by … Continue reading

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The Copyright Licensing Agency Blog – The Fortnite Dance Controversy: Ethics of Reuse

The Copyright Licensing Agency has published a blogpost by Amy Thomas (CREATe PhD candidate and Copyright Wiki sub-editor) discussing the Fortnite dance controversy and ethics of reuse. Following a presentation by Amy at the event “Using Other People’s Stuff” – … Continue reading

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UK Authors’ Earnings and Contracts 2018: A Survey of 50,000 Writers

CREATe has released a study of UK Authors’ Earnings and Contracts based on a large scale survey of 50,000 authors conducted in 2018. The survey was funded as independent research by the UK Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS), and … Continue reading

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

Report by by Amy Thomas (CREATe PhD candidate, sub-editor Evidence Wiki) What happens to the availability and price of books when they move from copyrighted status to the public domain? This question is of primacy to the work of Prof. … Continue reading

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3D Printing and Intellectual Property Futures: post-seminar reflections by Dr Angela Daly

Guest post by Dr Angela Daly (Assistant Professor, Chinese University of Hong Kong Faculty of Law). 3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a new emerging technology which has prompted significant debate and discussion regarding its social, economic and … Continue reading

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Kretschmer at House of Lords Communications Committee

On Tuesday March 12th, I gave evidence at the House of Lords Communications Committee, which has a remit to investigate the media and creative industries. The Committee mirrors in some ways the Commons DCMS Committee. The meeting was a private … Continue reading

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New models for digital film, music and e-fiction production and distribution in China

CREATe presents four new working papers forming part of the deliverables for the project “Convergence or differentiation in IP protection? A case study of new models for digital film, music and e- fiction production and distribution in China”. This includes … 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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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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