Frank Hellwig

iCLIC Data Mining and Data Sharing Workshop (Part 2)

Report 2: Sui generis database right, functional vs. technical view, caveats of the Japanese TDM exception, integrationThis is the second of three blog...
Marco Caspers

A right to read for machines? Part I: The introduction

We, as FutureTDM, we were happy to organise and moderate a panel discussion at the Annual Meeting 2016 of the Association for Information Science...
Marco Caspers

Why a Copyright Exception Should Go Beyond TDM

It is a basic principle of copyright law that ideas are not protected. What copyright does protect is the original expression of those ideas....

EU Copyright and the Path to Reform

If you are following our blogs and twitter feed, you can’t have failed to notice that there has been a fair bit of coverage...
Freyja van den Boom

OGP Global summit: ‘Mine The Government’

During the fourth OGP Global Summit 2016 conference held in December this year, FutureTDM together with Open Knowledge International was selected to hold a...
Copyright for Creativity

Text and Data Mining: how the Future TDM workshop highlighted the...

For the legal geeks among us, it is now old news that the European Commission, after promising to modernise copyright, issued a rather...

FutureTDM at the EUhackathon: Visualising Copyright Evidence

The theme of the 6th edition of the EUhackathon held in Brussels last week was ‘visualising copyright evidence to inform the policy debate...
Jan Strycharz

Impact of TDM on the Economy

Thanks to TDM Big and Open Data is changed into actionable intelligence – specific insights that allow advancing the economic, social and scientific processes....
Frank Hellwig

iCLIC Data Mining and Data Sharing Workshop (Part 3)

Report 3: UK and EU TDM exception, contract override and APIs, wealth transferThis is the third of three blog posts on the iCLIC Data...
Marco Caspers

FutureTDM is Mapping the Legal Barriers to TDM in Europe

The goal of FutureTDM is to promote uptake of the use of TDM in Europe. Part of the solution therefore lies in identifying barriers...