Upon the kind invitation of Delia Ferri (Maynooth University), I wrote a short post on platforms and the DSA/copyright overlaps. The post came in light of the recent European Copyright Society Opinion on this matter.
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
Anushka Tanwar and Péter Mezei teamed up to summarize the key developments on the field of robot-journalism in India.
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.