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Artificial Intelligence creates, invents … and challenges Intellectual Property Law – Article from #2 2020

Recent developments in technology are leading to the production of machines with the intellectual capacity to create and invent, just like humans. Artificial Intelligence (AI) is challenging copyright and patent law, as the actual author and inventor is no longer a natural person, but a machine. This article focuses on creative and innovative outputs [...]

Artificial Intelligence creates, invents … and challenges Intellectual Property Law – Article from #2 20202021-04-25T11:56:18+01:00

Inclusive Rights of Copyleft – Article from #2 2020

The current legal climate does not yet provide sufficient clarity on the workings, limits and rights conferred through licences granted on Free Open Source Software (FOSS). Generally, copyright is accepted as applying to FOSS and therefore the granted licence; by contrast, whether patents on the computer implemented invention (CII) encompassed in the software are [...]

Inclusive Rights of Copyleft – Article from #2 20202021-04-25T11:56:24+01:00

IP IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT

IP In The Digital Environment We are delighted to invite you to our online conference: 'IP in the Digital Environment', to be held on Thursday 3 December 2020, from 14:30-16:30 CET.   The keynote address, entitled 'Website-Blocking Injunctions and Streaming Server-Blocking Injunctions: The State of the Art', will be delivered [...]

IP IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT2021-04-25T12:21:25+01:00

Issue #1 2020

Issue #1 - 2020 Editorial While writing these few words and preparing to send the next issue of Stockholm IP Law Review to the print, the world as we know it is not the same. It has been some five months since the first news of the COVID-19 outbreak [...]

Issue #1 20202021-04-30T10:23:02+01:00

Towards fair pricing in technology trade and licensing – Article from #1 2020

In today’s complex and digital business landscape, innovation is typically not an effort of a lonely genius or an activity confined to a single corporate R&D lab. Instead, the innovation process often involves open innovation, technology trade, and intellectual property (IP) licensing between multiple firms in what is sometimes referred to as an innovation ecosystem. [...]

Towards fair pricing in technology trade and licensing – Article from #1 20202020-06-30T13:18:21+01:00

The Direct Liability of Online Intermediaries for IPR Infringements – Article from #1 2020

One of the most interesting and relevant developments in respect of online intermediaries concerns the emerging possibility – especially in the copyright field – to go beyond the traditional approach to their liability based on the safe harbour legislation and, with that, the system of secondary/accessory legislation and root, instead, their liability within a primary/direct [...]

The Direct Liability of Online Intermediaries for IPR Infringements – Article from #1 20202020-06-25T23:48:51+01:00

Copyright in the digital age – Article from #1 2020

This article evaluates the interpretation of the right of communication to the public, as per Art. 3(1) of Directive 2001/29/EC (the InfoSoc Directive), within the context of hyperlinking on the internet undertaken by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in its case law over the last years on EU level as well [...]

Copyright in the digital age – Article from #1 20202020-06-30T13:22:43+01:00
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