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- 2022: Another Good Year for the Marrakesh Treaty
- A.I. Versus the Law
- A Novel Dataset Measuring Change in Copyright Exceptions
- Canadian Copyright, Fair Dealing And Education, Part One: Setting The Record Straight
- Canadian Copyright, Fair Dealing and Education, Part Two: The Massive Shift to Electronic Licensing
- Canadian Copyright, Fair Dealing and Education, Part Three: Millions Spent on Transactional Licences Demonstrate Fair Dealing is No Free For All
- Canadian Copyright, Fair Dealing and Education, Part Four: The Disappearance of Course Packs
- Copyright Policy, Creativity, And Innovation in The Digital Economy
- How the Supreme Court could reshape the internet as you know it
- Fair Use: Andy Warhol’s Work May Provide Meaningful Guidance for Trademark Law
- Fair Use and Public Libraries
- Pooh Had His Run. Copyright Terms Don’t Need to Keep Extending.
- Proposals for Copyright Law and Education During the Covid-19 Pandemic (UK)
- Rightsholders Acknowledge the Importance of Fair Use to Creativity in Andy Warhol Case
- South Centre Supports Debates on Developments in Copyright Law and Access to Knowledge in Africa
- Walled Culture
Artificial Intelligence & IP
- AI and IP Resources
- AI-Created Images Aren’t Protected by Copyright Law According to U.S. Copyright Office
- As people use AI to plagiarise and cheat, here are tools to tell AI-generated text and human text apart
- As scientists explore AI-written text, journals hammer out policies
- ChatGPT in law: unlocking new opportunities while managing the risks
- In A World Where AI Art Is Cheap and Easy to Generate, Do We Still Need Copyright?
- Legal Doomsday For Generative AI ChatGPT If Caught Plagiarizing Or Infringing, Warns AI Ethics And AI Law
- Libraries in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
- Who Owns the Copyright on an AI Image or Text?
Right to Research in the Digital Space
- Right to Research in Africa? – (2 seminars in South Africa January 2023)
- Panel at WIPO: The Right to Research in International Copyright (Full length). 10 May 2022.
Open Access, A2K and Scholarly Communication
- An open automation system for predatory journal detection
- Escaping the predators
- Fifty per cent of Cambridge papers now open access
- Generative AI – Copyright Overview Part 1
- Generative AI prompts serious questions of copyright.
- Guest Post — Advancing Accessibility in Scholarly Publishing: Building Support
- Guest Post — Advancing Accessibility in Scholarly Publishing: Fostering Empathy
- Guest Post — Advancing Accessibility in Scholarly Publishing: Recommendations for Digital Accessibility Best Practices
- Guest Post — Introducing Two New Toolkits to Advance Inclusion in Scholarly Communication: Part 1
- Guest Post — Introducing Two New Toolkits to Advance Inclusion in Scholarly Communication: Part 2
- Publishers Want to End How Libraries Lend Books Online
- The Future of the Monograph in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: Publisher Perspectives on a Transitioning Format