Intellectual property and the creative arts
Collated by the British Library, this booklet brings together a range of views from leading researchers on how the framework for intellectual property needs reviewing for the digital age. Dr Gabriel Egan discusses the widening gap between the attitudes of commercial rightsholders and consumers of creative content. He argues that a solution needs to be found to legitimise the re-use of copyright material by creative artists. for intellectual property needs reviewing for the digital age.
This entry was published in the booklet, Driving UK Research: is copyright a help or a hindrance? A perspective from the research community'. The copyright of each submission is retained by the author. The authors have kindly agreed to issue their essays for this booklet under the following Creative Commons licence. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk
Citation : Egan, G. (2010) Intellectual property and the creative arts. In: Green, N. (ed.). Driving UK research: is copyright a help or a hindrance? A perspective from the research community. London: British Library. Section 5.
Research Group : English Research Group
Research Institute : Institute of English
- School of Humanities