6th Edition Visualising copyright evidence
The theme of the 6th edition of the EUhackathon revolves around visualising copyright evidence to inform the policy debate and support the decision making process. The goal is to combine data and academic research from various sources to help create a clearer picture of the issues at stake in copyright, as sometimes the full story is difficult to grasp. The UK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy (CREATe), which supports this event, has set-up a Copyright Evidence Wiki containing approximately 500 studies, which facilitates data mining and the creation of visualisations. This evidence is complemented with industry data and reports, some of which are listed on our Resources page. The objective: achieve a greater transparency and awareness in the area of copyright
The challenge is to (1) create visualisations of copyright evidence based on the data sources available at the Copyright Evidence Wiki and other external resources and/or to (2) enhance the Copyright Evidence Wiki to enable others to easily create visualisations of the data available.
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MEP Therese Comodini Cachia
Therese Comodini Cachia is a Member of the European Parliament since May 2014. She is a member of the CULT and JURI committees, and a substitute in the DROI committee. Since January 2015 she is the Maltese shadow Minister for Education and Employment.
She holds a PhD in human rights law, and lectures at the Faculty of Laws of the University of Malta. She has also been heavily involved in non-governmental organisations as their legal advisor.
MEP Kaja Kallas
Kaja Kallas is a Member of the European Parliament since May 2014. She is a member of the ITRE committee, is a substitute in the IMCO committee and holds the position of Vice-Chair of the delegation to the EU-Ukraine Parliamentary Cooperation Committee. She was a Rapporteur on the Report ‘Towards a Digital Single Market Act’ that calls for ambitious action to remove barriers in the digital world and avoid over-regulation.
She previously worked as an attorney-in-law, specialized in European and Estonian competition law, and was a partner in two leading law firms in Estonia until she was elected to the Estonian Parliament in 2011. There, she chaired the Economic Affairs Committee.
MEP Miapetra Kumpula-Natri
Miapetra Kumpula-Natri is a Member of the European Parliament since May 2014. She is a member of the ITRE committee, a substitute of the EMPL committee, member of the delegation to the Euronest Parliamentary Assembly and member of the delegation to the EU-Moldova Parliamentary Association Committee. Energy, digital markets and sustainable future have her heart. She is currently working on the rapport on the Wholesale roaming markets which calls for a more coherent and fair use of telecommunication inside Europe.
She studied engineering at the University of Applied Sciences in Vaasa, Finland. Following her studies she worked as a chairman of the European Movement in Finland and before moving to European Parliament she worked 11 years as a representative in the Finnish Parliament. She has been actively involved both governmental and non-governmental organisations.
MEP Anneleen Van Bossuyt
Anneleen Van Bossuyt is a Member of the European Parliament since beginning of 2015. She is a member of the IMCO committee, a substitute in the ITRE committee, member of the delegation for relations with the United States and of the delegation to the EU-Russia Parliamentary Cooperation Committee. Her focus is on better regulation, entrepreneurship, the digital internal market, innovation and energy. She considers it her personal goal to help bridge the gap between citizens and Europe.
She studied law at the University of Ghent and European law at the University of Rennes in France. Following her studies in France, she worked as an assistant at the European Institute of the University of Ghent’s Law Faculty. Before moving to the European Parliament she worked at the N-VA’s research department focussing on the European domain. She is also co-author of the three editions of the book ‘This is how Europe works’ (‘Zo werkt Europa’).