The International CopyCamp Conference 2015
Understanding the Social Impacts of Copyright
We have a pleasure to invite you to the 4th International CopyCamp Conference which will take place on November 4 in Warsaw.
The event is a unique opportunity to present reflections and participate in the balanced and multi-sided debate over the influence of copyright on social changes taking place around the world. The conference is directed not only to representatives of cultural institutions and the media, creative sectors, academic, legal, political and non-governmental circles but also to the widest possible group of people interested in the social and economic aspects of copyright who wish to present their opinions on the international arena. The aim of the conference is to allow an effective dialogue between all interested parties in the neutral and friendly space encouraging participants to share thoughts and exchange ideas.
CopyCamp Conference is part of the Future of the Copyright project conducted by the Modern Poland Foundation.
In order to submit your proposal within the Open Call, press the REGISTRATION button on the right.
Dr. Lev Manovich is the author of seven books including Software Takes Command, Soft Cinema: Navigating the Database, and The Language of New Media which was described as „the most suggestive and broad ranging media history since Marshall McLuhan.” Manovich is a Professor at The Graduate Center, CUNY, and a Director of the Software Studies Initiative that works on the analysis and visualization of big visual cultural data. In 2013 he appeared on the List of 25 People Shaping the Future of Design. In 2014 he was included in the list of 50 „most interesting people building the future” (The Verge).
Thematic tracks for 2015 (see detailed description):
- Models of Remuneration
- Copyright and Education
- Technology and Innovation
- Copyright and Human Rights
- Technologies in Social Activism
- Copyright Enforcement
- Future of Copyright
- Copyright Debate
Partners of the conference
Strategic Partners of the conference are Stowarzyszenie Autorów ZAiKS, Google and ZIPSEE Cyfrowa Polska.
Partners: Coalition for Open Education.
CopyCamp is part of the Future of Copyright project financed by Trust for Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe.
Recordings and photos from the first two editions of the conference are available in the Past Editions tab.