ReCreating Europe Project Updates – July 2021
Below you’ll find the latest updates from one of our projects, ReCreating Europe: Rethinking Digital Copyright Law for a Culturally Diverse, Accessible & Creative Europe. You can also view this information as part of the latest ReCreating Europe Newsletter published on the 14th of July 2021 here.
ReCreating Europe project partners will be extensively involved in the upcoming European Policy for Intellectual Property (EPIP) Conference 2021 taking place from the 8th – 10th of September 2021 in Madrid, Spain. Read more about the EPIP Conference here. Below you’ll find a list of presentations to be held by ReCreating partners at the event:
- ReCreating Europe’s Giulia Priora and Caterina Sganga will present the following paper at the EPIP Conference 2021: Betwixt EU and national: the present and future of copyright flexibilities (paper submission #156)
- Thomas Margoni and Martin Kretschmer will also present the following paper based on their work in WP3 at the EPIP Conference 2021: A deeper look into the EU Text and Data Mining exceptions: Harmonisation, data ownership, and the future of technology.
- In a joint WP3 and WP6 initiative, Thomas Margoni, João Quintais, and Sebastian Schwemer will organise the following themed session at the EPIP Conference 2021: Algorithmic propagation: do property rights in data increase bias in content moderation?
New Survey – ‘Study on Copyright Law and Academic Work’
In the weeks to come, researchers from 6 European countries within the ReCreating Europe network will receive an invitation to take part in a survey on the topic of ‘Copyright Law and Academics’. The aim is to collect large-scale data on academics’ copyright law knowledge, experience, and perceptions in conducting their work. By responding to the ReCreating Europe survey, you will make a very valuable contribution to the project’s empirical work and possibly help propose better empirically informed policy recommendations. This research is part of ReCreating Europe (https://www.recreating.eu/), funded under the European Commission Horizon 2020 Programme, and is being run by the Institute of economics at Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna and led by Arianna Martinelli.
Relevant Project Publications & Events
Below you’ll find a list of all recent project publications as well as past events where ReCreating Europe project partners were involved (listed per work package):
- Working Paper on the End-User Flexibilities in Digital Copyright Law – An Empirical Analysis of End-user License Agreements. Authors: P Mezei, I Harkai. (WP2)
- Blog post entitled ‘A further step into a systematic distortion: The EC Guidance on Article 17 CDSM Directive further complicates copyright exceptions’ (WP2)
- Book chapter “From Harmonization to Interlegality: The Protection of End-users in EU Copyright Law” [in Italian]. English Summary found here. Full text found here (WP2)
- Journal article ‘The CJEU’s Take on Unauthorized Framing of Online Content: (Only) if Technologically Precluded, Then Prohibited‘ (WP2)
- Report on the UBDC and CREATe Workshop on the Legal approaches to Data: Scraping, Mining and Learning (WP3)
- Legal approaches to Data: Scraping, Mining and Learning – Resource Page (in Beta Mode) (WP3)
- UofGLaw Podcast Episode where Magali Eben speaks to Pinar Oruc, a post-doctoral researcher with CREATe. (WP3 & WP5)
- Working Paper: Reversion of Copyright in Europe. A European Intellectual Property Review triple bill (WP4)
- Webinar Recording – Building Copyright Literacy for a Global Community of Open Educators with the Code of Best Practice in Fair Use for OER. (WP4)
- Blog Post & Report on CREATe’s Online Public Lecture: ‘An Empirical Perspective on Drafting Copyright Exceptions’ (WP5)
- Paper – The Interplay between the Digital Services Act and Sector Regulation: How Special is Copyright? (May 7, 2021). Authors: Quintais, João and Schwemer, Sebastian Felix (WP6)
- An update on the Hungarian implementation process of the CDSM Directive. Author: P. Mezei (WP6)
- Blog Post – Article 12 DSA: Will platforms be required to apply EU fundamental rights in content moderation decisions? Digital Services Observatory. Authors: Appelman, N., Quintais, João, Fahy, Ronan (30 May 2021) (WP6)
- Paper – Too Small to Matter? On the Copyright Directive’s Bias in Favour of Big Right-holders (April 28, 2021). in Global Intellectual Property Protection and New Constitutionalism. Authors: Husovec, Martin and Quintais, João (WP6)
- Webinar entitled Article 17 and the New EU Rules on Content-Sharing Platforms – State of Play, BVA-ABA Lunch-causerie (ALAI Belgium) on the 29th of March 2021. Watch the recording here. (WP6)
- Blog Post about ReCreating’s Workshop (1 June 2021): State of Exceptions & Limitations – Copyright flexibilities in the EU and its Member States [in Hungarian].
- Blog post “Towards the Italian implementation of the CDSM Directive”
- CDSM Implementation Resource
- Past Event – Brief copyright reflections on enormous language model training – Workshop Presentation at ICLR Workshop on Enormous Language Models.
- Past Event – What is the role of copyright law in fostering a fair, open and accountable approach to data-driven AI? 3rd IP & Innovation Researchers Network (IPRIA)
Past Project Events
Below is a list of events run by the ReCreating Europe project over the last few months:
- On the 21st of June, ReCreating Europe held the Web Conference on the CDSM Directive. Watch the video recording below and read more about the event in general here.
- ReCreating Europe held a workshop that took place on the 1st of June 2021 at 10:30 – 13:00 CEST. The workshop title was State of Exceptions & Limitations – Copyright flexibilities in the EU and its Member States. Read more about the event here.
- ReCreating Europe celebrated World Intellectual Property (IP) Day. Watch the below video and read the blog post on the topic here. ReCreating Europe’s WP 2 and 6 also participated in the 5th Annual Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights (WIPS) – read more about the event here.
The following project deliverables are now published on Zenodo:
- D5.4 Guidelines & FAQs (LA) industries – Interim version
- D5.1 Report on the existing legal framework for Galleries and Museums (GM) in EU
- D4.12 Interim report on the information architecture of the Copyright User EU site
- D4.10 Issue reports on how copyright exceptions and other permitted uses that are relevant for documentary filmmakers and immersive digital heritage practitioners are understood in the Netherlands and the UK
- D4.8 Interim report on entrepreneurship patterns of creative industries in gentrifying urban neighbourhoods arising from empirical data gathered
- D4.6. Interim report on negative space of EU creative industries
- D4.2 Report on EU policy space in light of international framework
- D3.6 Interim study on the state of harmonisation of the rights of reproduction and adaptation and connected exceptions
- D2.5 Interim report on case studies
- D2.2 Interim report on barriers experienced by vulnerable groups
- EVENT: The Implementation of the CDSM Directive: Snapshots into the Future of EU Copyright Law
- D6.1 Interim report on mapping of EU legal framework and intermediaries’ practices on copyright content moderation and removal
- D3.4 Interim report on the role of AI machines in producing literary and artistic content
- D4.1 Territoriality scoping paper
- Reversion of Copyright in Europe. A European Intellectual Property Review triple bill