Xiao Baiyang’s next blogpost focuses on the details of punitive damages in Chinese IP Law.
On November 11, 2020, the 23rd Meeting of the Standing Committee of the 13th National People’s Congress deliberated and voted to pass the “Decision on Amending the Copyright Law of the People’s Republic of China,” which marked the completion of the third revision of Copyright
Upon the invitation of Prof. Katja Lindroos and with the help of Eetu Huhta (acting as our moderator, too), I had the privilege to talk about the Schrems II ruling of the CJEU earlier this month.
Survey analysis on the impact of copyright law and open policies in relation to digitisation in the GLAM sector
The team of working package 2 (WP2) of the ReCreating Europe H2020 project finalized the questions of an online survey on the copyright aspects of the GLAM (galleries, libraries, archives and museums) in the digital single market. Should you have any interest in this topic,
The Hungarian Ministry of Justice and the Hungarian IP Office have informed stakeholders (most probably those who submitted a written response to the original May 2020 call for public comments/consultation) on July 31, 2020 that a new draft of was created to implement the CDSM
The July issue of JIPLP includes two short pieces of mine: one on the Hungarian parody ruling, and another book review on Fei-Hsien Wang’s brilliant book on the copyright history of publishing houses in China.