Law, Society and Popular Culture
Special issue of the Entertainment and Sports Law Journal
20 June 2010
Danilo Mandic was a guest speaker for the roundtable discussion Copyleft & Copyright as part of Law on Trial 2010organised by Birkbeck University, London. Danilo gave a presentation of “Copylight v. Copytight: the ongoing case of challenging intangibility”. This presentation tackled the current opposition of copyright and copyleft positions in arguing and approaching copyright issues today, through viewing different legal stances in the ongoing challenges in defining intangibility as copyright intellectual property.
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