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Book Review: Research Handbook on IP and Moral Rights

The IPKat

This is a book review of the Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Moral Rights , curated by Ysolde Gendreau (Université de Montréal, Canada), provided by Francesca Mazzi , Lecturer in AI, Innovation and Law at Brunel University London. Such gestures couldn't be overlooked in a book on moral rights.

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My Concerns with the ‘Can’t Be Evil’ NFT Licenses

Plagiarism Today

Creative Commons 0 (CC0) : This is essentially the Creative Commons Zero license , which is seen as largely a public domain dedication. The creator of an NFT attaches one of these licenses to their NFT and, as a result, they clearly communicate what rights they are and are not granting the buyer. The idea is fairly simple.

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When Doors Close, A Market Grows: Museums, COVID-19, and Cultural Digitisation


For North American museums with works still under copyright, the 2017 publication Guidelines for the Use of Copyrighted Materials and Works of Art by Art Museums by the Association of Art Museum Directors will come in handy. However, many of the masterpieces housed by museums are in the public domain.

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Conundrum Involving The Ownership Of The Work Created By Ai

IP and Legal Filings

AI can explore data or information that is accessible in public domain or copyright of other person and can investigate or work upon that information but only to that extent which the software program permits. [3] Therefore, AI may not equipped for generating an original work. Hence, ownership is not granted to the AI.

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Copyright implications of Augmented Reality for cultural goods – Part 1

Kluwer Copyright Blog

The creation of AR experiences may involve acts of reproduction and communication to the public that have potential copyright implications. AR can concern two categories of cultural goods – those that are in the public domain and those embedding a copyrighted work of art. . (i) i) Public domain works.

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Uffizi museum sues Jean Paul Gaultier over unauthorized reproduction of Botticelli’s Venus on fashion garments

The IPKat

Not a copyright dispute … and the non-role of Article 14 of the DSM Directive In sum: the CHC provides a way to control for-profit reproductions of Italian cultural heritage, irrespective of their copyright status (it is in any case worth recalling that under Italian copyright law moral rights protection is … perpetual).

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Never Too Late: If you missed the IPKat the past 2 weeks!

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PermaKat Neil Wilkof commented on the reproduction of the work of art " Detail from the Portrait of Eugénie-Pamela Larivière" (which is in the public domain) by Louis Larivière in the Louvre, Paris" on a book cover. Reminder: last call to vote for your best IP book of 2021 by participating in the poll here !