The project commissioned and funded by the UK Intellectual Property Office (IPO) is the first of its kind to consider the Intellectual Property (IP) implications of 3D Printing. The project is divided in to two parts and aims to provide (a) a quantitative analysis of online file-sharing and 3D printing online platforms and (b) a qualitative… Read more » about The Provision of Research for 3D Printing and Intellectual Property: Where are we now?
Commissioned by CREATe, University of Glasgow and funded by RCUK, the copyrightuser.org project extends the research which commenced in 2012-2013 leading to the establishment of this online resource. Copyrightuser.org is an online resource aimed at making UK copyright law accessible to creators and members of the public. The resource is meant for everyone who uses… Read more » about Extending the Research of the Copyrightuser.org Project
Copyright and the Regulation of Orphan Works, a report commissioned by the Intellectual Property Office (IPO) and co-authored by Dr. Marcella Favale, Dr. Fabian Homberg, Dr. Dinusha Mendis and Dr. Davide Secchi of the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management (CIPPM) at Bournemouth University and Professor Martin Krestchmer of CREATe, University of Glasgow was… Read more » about Copyright and the Regulation of Orphan Works
Emprical study on data processing consent; survey of 200 most-popular e-commerce UK websites The study aimed at understanding the level of compliance with data protection requirements by websites registered in the United Kingdom. It carried out a statistical survey and an empirical study on the practices of online service providers concerning the processing of personal… Read more » about Data protection compliance of UK websites
Two reports commissioned by the UK Intellectual Property Office (UKIPO) on parody and pastiche. The reports form part of a three-report sequence on parody published by the UKIPO in March 2013. The three reports/studies commissioned by UKIPO evaluate policy options in the implementation of the Hargreaves Review of Intellectual Property & Growth (2011). Study I… Read more » about Copyright and Parody: Legal Analysis and Empirical Evidence