Open Future Salon #2 Launch of Paradox of Open: responses
Open Future EU is hosting an Open Future Salon #2 Launch of Paradox of Open: responses on 30. 11. 2022 at 17:00. At the Salon, a collection of essays in response to the Paradox of Open by Paul Keller and Alek Tarkowski will be launched.
The essays tackle the paradox from multiple perspectives, looking at such issues as risks of underestimating openness, public memory, creative communities, social justice in the context of open, web3, and the legacy – and continuation – of the copyright wars. Guest speakers will be Prof. James Boyle, a leading scholar working on issues related to the Public Domain, and Anna Mazgal, Senior Policy Advisor at Wikimedia Europe and an advocate for openness and digital rights. Both of them are contributors to the collection.
You can register here for the online event.
ChatGPT poses difficult questions in the field of authorship as well as in the field of ethics in science (and also in other fields where independent work is required).
How does the right to education and science limit copyright law?
In June 2022, Communia launched a competition for the best implementation of the Directive on copyright and related rights in the Digital Single Market (DSM Directive). The “Eurovision DSM contest” aims to track the implementation of the DSM Directive in the 27 EU member states.