Intellectual Property:

Counsel  Opinion on South African Copyright Amendment Bill and the Constitution

The Right to Read (South Africa)

Copyright flexibility opens the door to decisive AI advantages (South Africa)

New Copyright Law in Switzerland Empowers Scientific Research

What Was the CBC Thinking?: A Closer Look at the Video Clips in its Copyright Lawsuit Against the Conservative Party

The Same Problem, Different Outcome: Online Copyright Infringement and Intermediaries’ Liability under the US and the EU Law

Informed consent in the context of open licensing: some questions for discussion

Civil Society Letter on Intellectual Property to RCEP Negotiators

Copyright as an Obstacle Or An Enabler? A European Perspective on Text and Data Mining and Its Role in the Development of AI Creativity

The Right to Authorship

The Future of OA: A large-scale analysis projecting Open Access publication and readership



Open Access, A2K & Scholarly Communications:

South African universities should produce more commercial ideas

Ramifications of the Downward Pressure on Pricing

Financing open-access publication after 2024

DEAL: World’s largest transformative open access agreement

A Crisis in “Open Access”: Should Communication Scholarly Outputs Take 77 Years to Become Open Access?

FTC v. OMICS a landmark predatory publishing case: Interview with Stewart Manley

North vs South – Are open access models in conflict?

Skipping Out on Peer Review

The battle for the future of e-books is happening at your local library

Researchers’ perspectives on the purpose and value of the monograph: Survey results 2019


Open Educational Resources:

Open Educational Resources – Discussion paper 2019

SPARC Connect OER Report 2018/19