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Copyright Evidence Wiki The Wiki aims to categorise all existing empirical studies on copyright in an attempt to inform policy interventions based on rigorous evidence. The evidence is searchable by country, industry and research method, among other categories, to allow for in-depth exposition. The Wiki format allows a dynamic review of the studies, together with bespoke visualisations, and users can propose new studies.
CREATe organizes Public Lectures every academic semester where recognized academic, industry or civil society members are invited to address the general public on topical issues in copyright and IP. These lectures (which are video recorded and where a transcript is made available after the event) are open to the general public but places must be booked through a registration system. Please see below for details on CREATe Public Lectures 2017 14 February 2017 / Prof. Thomas Hoppner (Hausfeld Global Litigation Services / Wildau Unversity of Applied Sciences, Germany) making a case for the Press Publishers Right. Click here for event details and how to book. Chair: Dr Sukhpreet Singh 8 March 2017 / Dr. Simon Anderson (Music Composer & Publisher / … Continue reading
Conference Resources A full resource page including images, audio, video and presentations from the conference is now available . Context Glasgow, and many other cities around the world, are part of the new phenomenon of “smart cities” i.e. the notion of creating innovative services, applications and delivery platforms by integrating public and private data sets at a citywide level. Glasgow was awarded £24m in 2012 to run a prototype projects based around smart transport, energy, policing and health to demonstrate how ubiquitous computing might enhance societal, economic and environmental well-being. This conference, chaired by Prof Lilian Edwards, will focus on how contemporary urban life is increasingly marked and shaped by technology, and critically assess what this means for existing societal … Continue reading
Jump to: Report Launch: Context and Study Panel Discussion Stakeholders Meeting Press Coverage and Social Media Reactions Image Gallery Event Text Transcript, Videos and Audio Registered Attendees CREATe Report Launch: ‘A review of the causes and impacts of unlawful file sharing’ London, Stationers’ Hall, April 11th, 2014, 3-6pm Using systematic reviewing techniques drawn from the medical sciences, a team of behavioural economists and psychologists from the University of East Anglia (Dr Steven James Watson*, Prof. Daniel John Zizzo and Dr Piers Fleming) undertook a scoping review of all evidence published between 2003-2013 into the welfare implications and determinants of unlawful file sharing. Articles on unlawful file sharing for digital media including music, film, television, videogames, software and books, were methodically searched; … Continue reading