Reciprociteit bij bescherming vormgeving na RAAP: Annotatie bij Hoge Raad 31 maart 2023 (Kwantum / Vitra) download

Berichten Industriële Eigendom, iss. : 4, num: 10, pp: 221-223, 2023

Intellectual property, reciprociteit, vormgeving

Bibtex

Case note{nokey, title = {Reciprociteit bij bescherming vormgeving na RAAP: Annotatie bij Hoge Raad 31 maart 2023 (Kwantum / Vitra)}, author = {van Eechoud, M.}, url = {https://www.ivir.nl/publications/reciprociteit-bij-bescherming-vormgeving-na-raap-annotatie-bij-hoge-raad-31-maart-2023-kwantum-vitra/annotatie_bie_2023_10/}, year = {2023}, date = {2023-10-31}, journal = {Berichten Industriële Eigendom}, issue = {4}, number = {10}, keywords = {Intellectual property, reciprociteit, vormgeving}, }

Territoriality Roundtables (combined report) download

Abstract

This report summarizes the outcome of two roundtables held with expert legal scholars on the need for a unified European copyright. Issues discussed include various models for a unitary copyright title and fundamental rights aspects. The Roundtables are part of a strand of the Recreating Europe project that queries how the territorial nature of copyright and related rights can hinder the realisation of the digital single market. While for e.g., trademarks and designs the EU has legislated community wide rights that extend across borders of individual Member States, copyright and related rights remain national at heart. Authors, performers, phonogram producers, database producers and other related rights owners all acquire bundles of national rights in their respective (intellectual) productions. Despite far-reaching harmonization of the subject-matter, scope and duration of national rights, these rights remain restricted in their existence and exploitation to the geographic boundaries of the individual Member States under whose laws they arise, i.e., they are territorial.

Copyright, Digital Single Market, EU law, Intellectual property, unitary title

Bibtex

Report{nokey, title = {Territoriality Roundtables (combined report)}, author = {van Eechoud, M.}, url = {https://www.ivir.nl/publications/territoriality-roundtables-combined-report/territoriality-roundtables-reportfinal870626_d4_4/}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7564660}, year = {2022}, date = {2022-12-14}, abstract = {This report summarizes the outcome of two roundtables held with expert legal scholars on the need for a unified European copyright. Issues discussed include various models for a unitary copyright title and fundamental rights aspects. The Roundtables are part of a strand of the Recreating Europe project that queries how the territorial nature of copyright and related rights can hinder the realisation of the digital single market. While for e.g., trademarks and designs the EU has legislated community wide rights that extend across borders of individual Member States, copyright and related rights remain national at heart. Authors, performers, phonogram producers, database producers and other related rights owners all acquire bundles of national rights in their respective (intellectual) productions. Despite far-reaching harmonization of the subject-matter, scope and duration of national rights, these rights remain restricted in their existence and exploitation to the geographic boundaries of the individual Member States under whose laws they arise, i.e., they are territorial.}, keywords = {Copyright, Digital Single Market, EU law, Intellectual property, unitary title}, }

Remuneration rights and national treatment

Improving Intellectual Property: A Global Project, S. Frankel, M. Chon, G. Dinwoodie, B. Lauriat, J. Schovsbo (ed.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 2023, pp: 341-352

global policy goals, Intellectual property, international agreements, shifting boundaries

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Chapter{nokey, title = {Remuneration rights and national treatment}, author = {Hugenholtz, P.}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.4337/9781035310869.00050}, year = {2023}, date = {2023-03-28}, keywords = {global policy goals, Intellectual property, international agreements, shifting boundaries}, }

FAIR, FRAND and open – The institutionalization of research data sharing under the EU data strategy

Improving Intellectual Property: A Global Project, S. Frankel, M. Chon, G. Dinwoodie, B. Lauriat, J. Schovsbo (ed.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 2023, pp: 319-329

global policy goals, Intellectual property, international agreements, shifting boundaries

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Chapter{nokey, title = {FAIR, FRAND and open – The institutionalization of research data sharing under the EU data strategy}, author = {van Eechoud, M.}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.4337/9781035310869.00047}, year = {2023}, date = {2023-03-28}, keywords = {global policy goals, Intellectual property, international agreements, shifting boundaries}, }

Expressive genericity revisited: What EU policymakers can learn from Rochelle Dreyfuss

Improving Intellectual Property: A Global Project, S. Frankel, M. Chon, G. Dinwoodie, B. Lauriat, J. Schovsbo (ed.), Edward Elgar Publishing, 2023, pp: 246-257, ISBN: 9781035310852

global policy goals, Intellectual property, international agreements, shifting boundaries

Bibtex

Chapter{nokey, title = {Expressive genericity revisited: What EU policymakers can learn from Rochelle Dreyfuss}, author = {Senftleben, M.}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.4337/9781035310869.00039}, year = {2023}, date = {2023-03-28}, keywords = {global policy goals, Intellectual property, international agreements, shifting boundaries}, }

AI Music Outputs: Challenges to the Copyright Legal Framework download

2022

Abstract

This report examines the application of EU copyright and related rights law to outputs generated by or with the assistance of artificial intelligence (AI) systems, tools or techniques (AI outputs), with a focus on outputs in the musical domain. The Report examines the question: How can and should EU copyright and related rights law protect AI musical outputs? The interdisciplinary (legal and empirical) research involves: (i) analyzing of the protection of AI outputs under EU copyright and related rights law; (ii) examining the attribution of authorship and ownership to (natural and legal) persons involved in the creation or production of AI outputs; (iii) proposing interpretative guidelines and policy recommendations on increasing legal certainty regarding the protection, authorship, and ownership of copyright and related rights over AI outputs, especially music outputs.

Artificial intelligence, computer-generated works, Copyright, EU, Intellectual property, music, originality, related rights

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Report{nokey, title = {AI Music Outputs: Challenges to the Copyright Legal Framework}, author = {Bulayenko, O. and Quintais, J. and Gervais, D.J. and Poort, J.}, url = {https://www.ivir.nl/publications/ai-music-outputs-challenges-to-the-copyright-legal-framework/870626_d3-5-final-report-on-the-impact-of-ia-authorship_formatted-1/}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6405796}, year = {2022}, date = {2022-04-01}, abstract = {This report examines the application of EU copyright and related rights law to outputs generated by or with the assistance of artificial intelligence (AI) systems, tools or techniques (AI outputs), with a focus on outputs in the musical domain. The Report examines the question: How can and should EU copyright and related rights law protect AI musical outputs? The interdisciplinary (legal and empirical) research involves: (i) analyzing of the protection of AI outputs under EU copyright and related rights law; (ii) examining the attribution of authorship and ownership to (natural and legal) persons involved in the creation or production of AI outputs; (iii) proposing interpretative guidelines and policy recommendations on increasing legal certainty regarding the protection, authorship, and ownership of copyright and related rights over AI outputs, especially music outputs.}, keywords = {Artificial intelligence, computer-generated works, Copyright, EU, Intellectual property, music, originality, related rights}, }

Light Bulb external link

A History of Intellectual Property in 50 Objects, Cambridge University Press, 0626, pp: 104-111, ISBN: 9781108325806

Auteursrecht, frontpage, Intellectual property

Bibtex

Chapter{vanGompel2019e, title = {Light Bulb}, author = {van Gompel, S.}, url = {https://www.ivir.nl/publicaties/download/Light_Bulb.pdf}, doi = {https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108325806}, year = {0626}, date = {2019-06-26}, volume = {2019}, pages = {104-111}, keywords = {Auteursrecht, frontpage, Intellectual property}, }

Protecting traditional cultural expressions – copyright tensions and human rights opportunities? external link

Critical Indigenous Rights Studies, Routledge, 0928, pp: 108-133, ISBN: 9781138729339

Abstract

The protection of traditional cultural expressions (TCEs) is not a straightforward issue. At first sight, characteristics of TCEs and their protection suggest similarity to copyright works. However, TCE protection should not be viewed as simply an (isolated) intellectual property issue. Rather, the protection of TCEs is part of a broader (political) context and struggle for rights. The chapter focuses on showing the complexity of the interrelation between copyright and indigenous peoples’ rights. It argues that a cultural and indigenous rights perspective could help address tensions deriving from differing worldviews, the application of dominant, existing legal frameworks and diverging understandings of protecting creativity and works of culture.

Copyright, crossing legal boundaries, cultural rights, frontpage, indigenous rights, Intellectual property, protection issues, TCEs, traditional cultural expressions, UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, WIPO

Bibtex

Chapter{Breemen2018f, title = {Protecting traditional cultural expressions – copyright tensions and human rights opportunities?}, author = {Breemen, J.}, url = {https://www.routledge.com/Critical-Indigenous-Rights-Studies/Corradi-de-Feyter-Desmet-Vanhees/p/book/9781138729339}, year = {0928}, date = {2018-09-28}, abstract = {The protection of traditional cultural expressions (TCEs) is not a straightforward issue. At first sight, characteristics of TCEs and their protection suggest similarity to copyright works. However, TCE protection should not be viewed as simply an (isolated) intellectual property issue. Rather, the protection of TCEs is part of a broader (political) context and struggle for rights. The chapter focuses on showing the complexity of the interrelation between copyright and indigenous peoples’ rights. It argues that a cultural and indigenous rights perspective could help address tensions deriving from differing worldviews, the application of dominant, existing legal frameworks and diverging understandings of protecting creativity and works of culture.}, keywords = {Copyright, crossing legal boundaries, cultural rights, frontpage, indigenous rights, Intellectual property, protection issues, TCEs, traditional cultural expressions, UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, WIPO}, }

International Intellectual Property’s Institutional Problem external link

Kluwer Copyright Blog, 2018

frontpage, Intellectual property

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Article{Gervais2018b, title = {International Intellectual Property’s Institutional Problem}, author = {Gervais, D.J.}, url = {http://copyrightblog.kluweriplaw.com/2018/07/09/international-intellectual-propertys-institutional-problem/}, year = {0710}, date = {2018-07-10}, journal = {Kluwer Copyright Blog}, keywords = {frontpage, Intellectual property}, }

A publisher’s intellectual property right: Implications for freedom of expression, authors and open content policies external link

authors, Freedom of expression, frontpage, Intellectual property, intellectual property right, open content policies, publishers

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Report{vanEechoud2017b, title = {A publisher’s intellectual property right: Implications for freedom of expression, authors and open content policies}, author = {van Eechoud, M.}, url = {https://www.ivir.nl/publicaties/download/OFE_Implications_of_publishers_right.pdf}, year = {0119}, date = {2017-01-19}, keywords = {authors, Freedom of expression, frontpage, Intellectual property, intellectual property right, open content policies, publishers}, }