Copyright & A2K Issues - 30 July 2019 (Part 1)

This is a free online international Information Service covering various topics, including copyright, plagiarism and other IP matters, Open Access, open publishing, open learning resources, institutional repositories, scholarly communication, digitization and library matters, mobile technologies, issues affecting access to knowledge (A2K), particularly in developing countries; WTO and WIPO treaties and matters; Free Trade Agreements and TRIPS Plus; useful websites, conference alerts, etc.  Archives are available at: http://www.africanlii.org/content/copyright-a2k-information.  If you would like to subscribe to, or unsubscribe from, this newsletter, please do so at: http://lists.wits.ac.za/mailman/listinfo/copyrightanda2kinfo   or email Denise.Nicholson@wits.ac.za only (N.B. PLEASE DO NOT SEND TO WHOLE MAILING LIST)  

 

Intellectual Property:

Decolonising Copyright, Building Our Creative & Information Economy (South Africa)(Seminars 7-8 August 2019)

http://infojustice.org/archives/41466

The New Copyright in the Digital Single Market Directive: A Critical Look (EU)

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3424770

SpicyIP Fellowship 2019-20: Article 13 (of the EU Directive) and The Economics of Copyright Enforcement in the Digital Age

https://bit.ly/2GzqQuQ

The Netherlands leads way with implementation of the new educational exception

https://bit.ly/2YbjIjf

The Law and Accessible Texts: Reconciling Civil Rights and Copyrights

https://bit.ly/2LNIkrJ

Who Owns the Law? How to Restore Public Ownership of Legal Publication

https://scholarship.law.wm.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1140&context=libpubs

NZ considers changes to copyright law as part of promise to help end global ‘book famine’

https://bit.ly/311RQen

Countries with longer copyright terms have access to fewer books (pay attention, Canada!)

https://boingboing.net/2019/06/11/trump-rewrote-canadian-copyrig.html

What Happens When Books Enter the Public Domain? Testing Copyright’s Underuse Hypothesis Across Australia, New Zealand, the United States and Canada

https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3401684

 

 

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