CopyCamp 2016 post-conference publication is here! Publikacja pokonferencyjna CopyCamp 2016 już jest! By far the most speakers came from the Visegrad Group (V4) countries, and we’d like to make their perspectives even more visible by releasing this book
„...abundantly illustrated view on the copyright system through the ages…” – comments dr Sybilla Stanisławska-Kloc on Konrad Gliściński’s book that will have its première this Friday, 12:00 at CopyCamp (Kinoteka). We invite everybody for a panel where Konrad will discuss the book with Iga Bałos, Anna Gruhn and Jarosław Lipszyc.
In the EC copyright reform proposal, we miss the most a legalization of non-commercial file sharing. Today, we publish our proposal to regulate this issue, where we explain why this is important and how to aproach it within the boundaries of the international law. We wish you a pleasant reading.
The Modern Poland Foundation presents the results of the research on the possible future scenarios of creating, sharing and using cultural goods and the impact of copyright on the state of European society, culture, education and creative sectors in the perspective of the year 2040.
Copyright law is a lens focusing a lot of different and complex problems – from issues related to fundamental rights such as freedom of speech, freedom of communication and right to privacy, through constitutional models of political life, to tectonic changes in the markets caused by technological changes. The status of this legislation determines not only the work of many business sectors, but also the basic issues related to communication of hundreds of millions of people, a lot of citizens treating copyright law as a way of earning a living, level of education, or the operation of high culture.
(from Introduction by Jarosław Lipszyc)
Each year artists and producers, European Parliament members, Pirates, collecting societies, librarians and lawyers, scientists, politicians and educators from all over the world meet in Warsaw to participate in CopyCamp, the biggest European conference on the impact of copyright on the information society. All parties interested in the debate on the current shape of the copyright system discuss the future of law regulating the circulation of cultural goods on the Internet and its influence on society, science, education and art. In 2014 special attention was paid to the perspective of the Visegrad Group countries.
The post-conference publication is a subjective selection of some of the most interesting presentations given at the third edition of the CopyCamp conference.
On October 29, 2013 in Nie Zawsze Musi Być Chaos there was an open meeting promoting the collection of texts by Ebena Moglena translated and published by the Modern Poland Foundation.
You can watch the meeting here:
The book will be soon available through the prawokultury.pl website.
We know the winner of the Future of Copyright 2.0 contest!
The Jury have chosen nine works and among them the best one: A penny for Your Thoughts by Talllama. Congratulations!
Great thanks to everyone for your support!
We have published an e-book with the works chosen by the jury:
You may also enjoy audio-book recorded by Jury Member Mike Linksvayer.