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CIPPM Awarded Funding for Project on Copyright and Open Norms from Around the World

A research team consisting of Prof. Dinusha Mendis (Director, CIPPM), Dr Dukki Hong (PDRA) and Mr Ben White (PhD candidate) at CIPPM have been selected to carry out a 1-year research project looking at the experience of those countries around the world which have adopted open approaches to copyright experiences, and the scope for adopting the… Read more »

Collection of National Key Enforcement Judgements related to Intellectual Property Rights

A project commissioned by the Observatory of the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) on the Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights  is carried out by CIPPM in collaboration with Milieu Consulting SPRL. The project will run from January 2021 to December 2025, with the objective being to expand, update and consolidate the EUIPO’s eSearch Case Law… Read more »

Study on IP infringement on online trading platforms

A project funded by the EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) and carried out by an interdisciplinary team of experts from Bournemouth University, including the Centre for Intellectual Property Policy & Management (CIPPM) and the Cyber Security Unit. The study covers the legal and technical dimensions of IP infringement through vendor accounts on third-party trading platforms,… Read more »

Legal and ethical implications of ‘Vehicle to Everything’

Project coordinators: Sally Weston and Freyja van den Boom Project description The context for this project is data from Vehicle to Everything (V2X) and how it will transform the insurance sector and revolutionise the way consumers engage with insurers.  V2X is an intelligent transport system where all vehicles and infrastructure systems are monitored and interconnected… Read more »

Software and Copyright

Seeking Clarity Through European Copyright Law Project coordinator: Dinusha Mendis Project description The project explores the opportunities and challenges presented by new and emerging technologies with a specific focus on software and its implications for EU copyright and copyright licensing. In doing so, the project will particularly question the concept of the ‘author’ and ‘owner’… Read more »