The Fair MusE consortium recently convened in Brussels for an important Research Integration Meeting hosted at VUB at the end of the first year of our project’s development. This significant event marked a key milestone in the consortium's mission to understand the economic, legal and technical impact of social media and streaming services within the music sector.
Giuseppe Mazziotti and Heritiana Ranaivoson present and examine Fair MusE’s main research themes in a paper titled "Can online music platforms be fair? An interdisciplinary research manifesto”.
In this video interview taken during the Fair MusE kick-off meeting at Universidade Católica Portuguesa in Lisbon, Prof. Giuseppe Mazziotti, principal investigator and coordinator of the project, unveils key insights of Fair MusE.
The conference "Challenges and Perspectives for the Future of Platformisation" took place on September 8th, 2023, at the School of Law of Universidade Católica in Porto, Portugal.
A vibrant gathering of industry professionals, policymakers, and innovators took place in Barcelona from 11 to 13 July, showcasing the transformative power of the cultural and creative industries.
The inaugural commemoration of this unique day for music took place for the first time in Paris, France, in 1982. Since then, World Music Day has gained widespread appeal and is currently observed on the same day in over 1,000 cities across 120 nations, including India, Italy, Australia, Peru, Canada, the UK, and Japan.
The Fair MusE’s coordinator Giuseppe Mazziotti, in a publication on IIC - International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, investigates the Future of creators' rights in an economy platform-driven.
The Fair MusE project coordinator, Giuseppe Mazziotti from Universidade Catolica Portuguesa, Catolica Global School of Law, together with other research partners from Tartu University, Aalborg University, Lille University, and Central European University, gave their feedback to the European Commission on the Delegated Regulation on data access provided for in the Digital Services Act.