On June 19, the Copyright and Technology Conference makes its London debut after two successful years in New York.
Copyright owners win the two-year battle… but not in the way they claim.
A new way of resolving disputes over music rights ownership in the UK without litigation.
New regulations are proposed while budgets to implement them shrink.
A new research agenda for digital copyright in Europe and beyond.
The law favors content rights holders, but its path to implementation is ambiguous.
Adobe, Civolution, and iPharro will sponsor the Copyright and Technology 2010 conference in June; earlybird registration ends next week.
Impending elections force quicker action on a weighty and pervasive bill.
Google is digitizing the collections of national libraries in the UK and elsewhere. Governments are now just getting around to wondering what to do about it.
The Queen’s Speech heralded adoption in the UK, but don’t look for it in the coming year.