Published September 10, 2021 | Version v1
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EPIP2021 ReCreating Europe Panel: Paper presentations

  • 1. Sant' Anna Scuola Universitaria Superiore Pisa
  • 2. University of Szeged

Description

On September 10, a ReCreating Europe panel took place at EPIP2021. This time the session was dedicated to the presentation of the results of the work conducted within WP2 on End-Users and Access to Culture. The panel featured three paper presentations: First, Giulia Rossello and Arianna Martinelli presented their ongoing empirical work under the title “Sci-Hub and Academics: Survey evidence from EU countries”, illustrating the survey they circulated across six European countries on academics’ perception of copyright law and the diffusion of academic digital piracy; Then, Giulia Priora and Caterina Sganga presented their upcoming paper “Betwitxt EU and national: the present and future of copyright flexibilities”, based on their legal mapping across all 27 Member States and related thorough comparative analysis of the legal understandings underlying EU copyright flexibilities; And finally, Peter Mezei and Istvan Harkai presented their published contribution entitled “End-user flexibilities in digital copyright law – An empirical analysis of end-user license agreements”, in which they explore the private ordering facet of copyright regulation and the way platforms’ end-users license agreements interact end-users’ freedoms and experiences.

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  • Page 1-21: Giulia Rossello & Arianna Martinelli - “Sci-Hub and Academics: Survey evidence from EU countries”
  • Page 22-39: Caterina Sganga & Giulia Priora - “Betwitxt EU and national: the present and future of copyright flexibilities"
  • Page 40-50: Peter Mezei & Istvan Harkai - "End-user flexibilities in digital copyright law – An empirical analysis of end-user license agreements"

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Funding

reCreating Europe – Rethinking digital copyright law for a culturally diverse, accessible, creative Europe 870626
European Commission