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CIPPM Publishes a New Report on Illegal IPTV in Europe and UK

In April 2022, CIPPM was commissioned by the Audiovisual Anti-Piracy Alliance (AAPA) to further explore the state of illegal IPTV in Europe. The aim of the AAPA commissioned project was to build on the research carried out by the CIPPM team, during 2018-2019 for a project commissioned by the EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) on… Read more » about CIPPM Publishes a New Report on Illegal IPTV in Europe and UK

Major discovery by Dr Claudy op den Kamp in identifying the first-ever copyrighted motion picture registration

A major discovery in the world of copyright and film has been unearthed by Principal Academic in Film and CIPPM Member, Dr. Claudy Op den Kamp. As a Kluge Fellow at the Library of Congress, Claudy unearthed the evidence – that many have been looking for decades but have not been successful – identifying the… Read more » about Major discovery by Dr Claudy op den Kamp in identifying the first-ever copyrighted motion picture registration

CIPPM acquires an extensive computer law collection

The Centre for Intellectual Property Policy and Management is pleased to announce the acquisition of the private collection of grey literature, journals and books belonging to Stephen Saxby, formerly Professor of IT Law and Public Policy at Southampton University (1977-2016). Professor Saxby has a long history in the field, and was the first person in… Read more » about CIPPM acquires an extensive computer law collection

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

A research team consisting of Prof. Dinusha Mendis (Director, CIPPM),┬áDr 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 » about CIPPM Awarded Funding for Project on Copyright and Open Norms from Around the World