This year at CopyCamp Luca Guidobaldi will speak about exclusive rights in the light of the Bauman’s concept of liquid modernity. Luca works in a law firm in Rome where he assists and advises a very diverse group of clients: from italian start-ups to big international brands, from solo artists to showbiz people.
Delia Browne, the head of the Australian National Copyright Unit and co-founder of Peer 2 Peer University, is going to be our guest at CopyCamp 2017. Delia, who is an active advocate of open educational resources, will tell us about fixing copyright for education in the 21st century.
Our partners at CopyCamp 2017 include the Institut für Rechtsfragen der Freien und Open Source Software (ifrOSS.de) and Free Software Foundation Europe. It will result in an increased exchange of experiences on issues mutually shared between Poland and Germany at the national level, but also subject to a heated debate currently taking place at the EU level. The Polish-German cooperation at CopyCamp is co-financed using the funds of the German Federal Foreign Office transferred by the Foundation for Polish-German Cooperation. The funds allow us in particular to offer travel grants for German guests who require such support.
What difficulties might you encounter when running your own non-profit art collective? Are CC licenses really encouraging creativity? At CopyCamp, we will hear Piotr Płucienniczak, independent artist, publisher and a member of Rozdzielczość Chleba, speaking about his experience in digital self-publishing.
Meet Eva Lepik and Raul Veede who are actively involved in fixing Freedom of Panorama right at EU level. At CopyCamp they will present the case of their home country Estonia and explain the importance of the right to take and spread pictures of public art.
How does copyright affect your life? What links copyright and culture, education, science, technology, health, and food? Find out at CopyCamp 2017: The Internet of Copyrighted Things! See you on 28-29 September at @KinoPraha in Warsaw. Register at: www.copycamp.pl/en
What is the Free Software perspective on intermediary liability during the current EU copyright reform? Join us at CopyCamp for the presentation of Polina Malaja, Policy Analyst and the Legal Coordinator at the Free Software Foundation Europe!
Can artists use facts in their works? Where lies the boundary between creativity and privacy?
Aleksandra Sewerynik, lawyer and conductor, and Anna Kruszewska, legal counsel, will answer these questions using real-life cases as examples.