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This policy conference was funded by the European Academy, and the Arts Council of England, to explore the potential impact on creative and artistic practice that were likely to result from changes in European copyright law.
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This policy conference was funded by the European Academy, EPSRC, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Daniel Langlois Foundation and the Arts Council of England, to explore the potential impact on creative and artistic practice that were likely to result from changes in European copyright law.
  
 
Archived conference website: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/CODE/
 
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* [[Lizzie Muller]]
 
* [[Lizzie Muller]]
 
* [[Rachel Hewson]]
 
* [[Rachel Hewson]]
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* [[David Good]]
  
 
Others
 
Others
  
* John Howkin
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* John Howkins
* Michael Century
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* Michael Century  
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* Bill Cornish (Intellectual Property Unit)
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* Peter Colyer (European Academy)

Revision as of 15:19, 3 August 2011

This policy conference was funded by the European Academy, EPSRC, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Daniel Langlois Foundation and the Arts Council of England, to explore the potential impact on creative and artistic practice that were likely to result from changes in European copyright law.

Archived conference website: http://www.cl.cam.ac.uk/CODE/

Project leader:

Crucible participants:

Others

  • John Howkins
  • Michael Century
  • Bill Cornish (Intellectual Property Unit)
  • Peter Colyer (European Academy)