ReCreating Europe

Rethinking digital copyright law for a culturally diverse, accessible, creative Europe

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Technologies have democratised cultural practices and the production and use of intellectual property. However, establishing sustainable norms for digital copyright is especially challenging. Through its multidisciplinary approach, the EU-funded reCreating Europe project aims to provide insight into the requirements of a regulatory framework that promotes culturally diverse production and optimises inclusive access and consumption. It will achieve this by creating cross-national maps of regulatory responses and stakeholders' coping strategies when faced with pitfalls and constraints and developing innovative methods to measure the impact of digitisation on cultural production and consumption. The project will also conduct legal and technological mapping of trusted platform modules and content-filtering algorithms as well as offer policy recommendations and best practices.

ALL Institute members involved in the project

Delia Ferri (Co-director)
Noelle Higgins

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870626