Tag: IPR

E-Space project presented during JPEG community meeting in Strasbourg

Frederik Temmermans and Peter Schelkens of iMINDS participated in the 67 JPEG meeting held in Strasbourg, France, in October 2014. That was a perfect occasion to raise awareness of Europeana Space project towards a Scientific Community (composed both of higher education … Continue reading


Europeana Space plenary meeting, 15th October 2014

The plenary meeting of the project took place at the beautiful location of Ca’ Foscari University, one day ahead the Opening Conference of Europeana Space. After the welcome speeches by Sarah Whatley (Project Coordinator) and Leonardo Buzzavo (representing the hosting … Continue reading


Europeana Photography workshop about Orphan Works

Valuable experts were invited for discussing different themes and for driving question and answer sessions. The participants were from the project consortium and also from other organizations such as the National Archives and the National Museum of Denmark, the Danish Film Institute and LFF Foundation. Arbejdermuseet is one of the partners of Europeana Photography project, providing 25.000 digitized photos that witness the conditions and everyday life of the workers’ and the labour movement’s history. Continue reading


Europeana response to the EC Public Consultation on Copyright Rules

The European Commission has launched a public consultation as part of its on-going efforts to review and modernise EU copyright rules. The consultation invites stakeholders to share their views on areas identified in the Communication on Content in the Digital Single Market, i.e. territoriality in the Single Market, harmonisation, limitations and exceptions to copyright in the digital age; fragmentation of the EU copyright market; and how to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of enforcement while underpinning its legitimacy in the wider context of copyright reform. Continue reading


The citizens’ perception of Intellectual Property and its infringements

This survey provides an analysis of how IP is perceived at EU citizen level. It is launched at a time when IP has never been so present in the day-to-day lives of European citizens. Intellectual property rights cover everything from the food people eat, to the clothes they wear, the cars they drive and the music they listen to. And through the explosion in digital content and technology over the past decade, people are now closer to IP than ever before.” Continue reading


Current Practices and New Directions in Digital Epigraphy

This event was aimed at anyone interested in epigraphy (digital or non-digital) as well as to the establishment and diffusion of general best current practices for digital editions. It covered many aspects of digital technology applied to inscriptions, from content to management and networking. It was composed of 3 workshops (Harmonization and interoperability of Inscriptions, Translations of Inscriptions, Intellectual Property Rights) and a photographic workshop on shooting high quality images for online publication and research. Continue reading


Europeana Photography IPR workshop in Paris

A valuable workshop organized in the framework of EuropeanaPhotography took place in Paris on 14th-15th November 2013. The workshop was one day and half including presentations and round table discussion, focusing on IPR issues related to digital content and to the … Continue reading


Europeana Photography @ ICT2013, IPR networking session

The session was intended to foster knowledge exchange and networking actions to address a very common and shared issue from different points of view and backgrounds, also in the light of enabling a true and exploitable creative re-use of the digital content available in Europeana and in other online collections. Continue reading


Specialized IPR Support from Europeana Photography

Discussions about IPR in EuropeanaPhotography so far went through an IPR dedicated mailing list, which is restricted to the project’s members. The on-line support service is instead open to everybody and surely this website will become in a short time a benchmark for IPR issues for the whole community. Continue reading