Keynote: Rebecca Giblin
Clarendon Auditorium | Thu 16 Mar 3:45 p.m.–4:45 p.m.
Professor Giblin is an ARC Future Fellow and Professor at Melbourne Law School, and the Director of the Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia. Her work focuses on a diverse range of topics: the legal and social impacts of library eLending projects, how fuller protection of creators’ rights can help get them paid and simultaneously reclaim lost culture, access to knowledge and culture, technology regulation, and copyright. Professor Giblin also leads the ARC-funded Author’s Interest as well as Untapped: the Australian Literary Heritage Project. Her new book Chokepoint Capitalism, with Cory Doctorow, explores how we can recapture creative labour markets from Big Tech and Big Content to get artists paid.
Keynote by Rebecca Giblin
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