I had a great time, back in August, at the 16th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference IPSC held this year in Stanford Law School. It is the second time I take part in the IPSC and as with the previous time as was impressed by the size and quality of the conference. Here’s a […]
France revokes ability to disconnect convicted file-sharers from the Internet
French courts will not be able to disconnect convicted file-sharers from the internet anymore. On 8th July 2013, the French Culture minister issued a decree modifying the graduated response scheme and removing the disconnection penalty. Under the graduated response mechanism introduced in 2009-2010, French courts were able to disconnect people who had been found guilty […]
My CREATe Project: Mapping the legal offer for digital content: Desperately Seeking a Database Geek
Here’s the link to the presentation on Slideshare of the research project I am conducting for CREATe under the supervision of Professor Lilian Edwards at the University of Strathclyde Picture: Aurich Lawson (c) 2013 in Megan Geuss, Reader reactions: Excel in the limelight, Ars Technica, 20 April 2013
My Bileta 2013 paper: Disconnecting the HADOPI and the French graduated response?
My presentation made at Bileta 2013 on the French copyright system and its future in light of the upcoming Lescure Review