A navigable map of the higher ed curriculum based on one million syllabi.
How the automation of notice and takedown—arguably the key legal procedure for regulating online speech—undermines its core compromise between users, copyright holders, and internet companies.
The Fourth Congress, held between between December 15th-17th, 2015, was hosted by the Center for Internet and Society in Delhi, India, with the goal of taking stock of "Three Decades of Openness; Two Decades of TRIPS," attracting over 400 researchers, activists, and practitioners.
Media Piracy in Emerging Economies (Chinese edition) is the first large-scale comparative study of media markets, media piracy, and IP enforcement in the developing world.
The Second Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest, held between December 15th-18th, 2012, brought 250 researchers and activists from 40 countries to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
The First Global Congress on Intellectual Property and the Public Interest was held in August 25th-28th, 2011, at the American University in Washington, DC.
The Third Global Congress was held in Cape Town, South Africa, December 9th-13th, 2013. This event brought over 250 researchers, practitioners, and policymakers discussed new work and policy developments around users' rights and development-centered IP policy.
A May 23rd, 2013, workshop on the future of the first sale doctrine in copyright law—the principle that underpins lending and rental models for copyrighted media, such as books and DVDs.
A comparative study of media consumption, media acquisition, and attitudes toward copyright enforcement, based on a 2011 survey of 2,300 US Americans and 1,000 Germans.