CopyCamp 2015: recordings
Future of Copyright
Eoin O’Dell: Drafting Flexibilities in Copyright – Irish lessons for the EU
Walter van Holst: Let’s burn down Berne
Michał 'rysiek’ Woźniak: Copyfun
Ana Ramalho: Judicial discretion gone bad? The judicial activism of the Court of Justice in the field of copyright
Models of Remuneration
Marcin Wilkowski: Unpleasant role of copyright in the times of invisible labour
Michał Krawczyk: IPiracy 2012-2015 – summary of empirical research
Zsófia Lehóczki: Civil or public cultural support for musicians
Jarosław Mojsiejuk: Who launders money in the Internet? Laundering revenues from copyright infringements
Anna Gawlita: „Fair Trade” for film productions – remuneration for authors and makers of low-budget projects
Jan Strycharz: Efficiency and justification for collective management
Alina Gut: Copyright law in Muslim countries: Iraq and Turkey
Władysław Majewski: Rejection of Patent Directive – 10th anniversary
Katarzyna Wypchło: On ineffective ideas of internet users to protect their copyrights
Julian Hauser: What’s wrong and meta-wrong with copyright: philosophy and the copyright debate
Matija Šuklje: Implications of the EU Copyright Directive reform on Free Software
Katarzyna Klich-Płocica: Royalties – the obscure object of desire
Kamil Jaczyński: Music in digital world – piracy or fair use?
Aleksandra Sewerynik: This song sounds familiar
Hanna Raszewska: Kinetography Laban and copyright law
Adrian Zwoliński: Level hard – computer games and copyright
Grzegorz Pacek: Copyright law was (not) designed to protect vanity
Dariusz Śmiechowski: Authors in urban space
Aleksandra Janus: It’s only others’ works that I find interesting. About Zachęta Gallery exhibition (and) on appropriation in arts
Bean Gilsdorf (reader: Kathryn Zazenski): Lateral Appropriation and the Obligations of Artist-Peers
Izabela Smelczyńska/Antoni Michnik: Off register. Talks about music and copyright – making of
Maciej Jakubowiak: Literary models of copyright
Anna Jarmuszkiewicz/Anna Smywińska-Pohl: Orphan works in Polish copyright law
Marta Dubowska: Blind gossips vs freedom of speech
Weronika Szczawińska: Field of research: registered trade mark
Paweł Szulewski: Copyright law in present days – does it pay?
Lucie Straková/Matěj Myška: Who shall pay? The development of the communication to the public right in Czech case law
Agnieszka Vetulani-Cęgiel: Shaping mechanisms of EU copyright law
Marcin Maj: Why is copyright trolling harmful to authors and copyright law?
Pedro Henrique Batista: Sham Litigation Based on Copyrights: A Possibility in the European Union?
Karolina Andersdotter: Cross-border Copyfight: European libraries re-thinking the InfoSoc Directive
Technology and Innovation
Reinier Bakels: Patents, a Major Threat to Innovation
Natalia Łukaszewicz/Paweł Chojnacki: Green light for Makers – a new legal framework
Witold Chomiczewski: Aftermath of chomikuj.pl case. Will portals be obliged to monitor content for copyright infringements?
Joanna Łukaszyk/Damian Łukaszyk: On (non)compliance with copyright to software
Tadeusz Chełkowski: Towards self-organisation. Economy of social movements – some theory and one example
László Mészáros: Credits for all – alternative currencies
Copyright and Education/Users Rights
Alek Tarkowski: Leveraging copyright in support of education
Dominika Gałecka: Open access to museums (e-museums project)
Marek Troszyński: „Presentations from the Internet”. On life at universitites
Iga Bałos: Homework not done? New law and distance learning??
Michał Starczewski: When copyright hampers and when it suports scientists?
Bernd Justin Jütte: The EU Copyright „Reform” Ignores the User