Shortly after our first co-authored post on the copyright-related aspects of artificial intelligence and robot-journalism in India was published on this blog, we became aware of incredible news: the Indian Copyright Office has recognised the RAGHAV Artificial Intelligence Painting App and its legal owner as
End-User Flexibilities in Digital Copyright Law – An Empirical Analysis of End-user License Agreements
Our empirical paper with István Harkai, written within the frames of the reCreating Europe is submitted for publication. We analysed the intersection of EULAs and copyright end-user flexibilities.
Following a several weeks long process, by developing a more and more complex document, I had the privilege to contribute to a two-part blog post, published by the Kluwer Copyright Blog, on NFTs and copyright law.
Civil Society Statement on Copyright and Proposal of a Waiver from Certain Provisions of the TRIPS Agreement for the Prevention, Containment and Treatment of COVID-19 (IP/C/W/669)
This is a breaking news post – no special words needed. I was happy to sign the Statement issued by PIJIP (and signed by hundreds of other professionals and organizations) on the copyright and TRIPS Waiver related to COVID-19.
Burak Yildirim’s guest blog on caricatures and copyright law from the Turkish perspective.