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CC Global Network © law reform survey
We're looking to hear from Creative Commons Global Network chapters, members, and related organisations on how you're involved with copyright law reform activities. The data collected will be used to inform various sessions at the May 2019 CC Summit in Lisbon, and also to understand better how CC can support the priorities and efforts of the network going forward.
The survey will take approximately 8 minutes to complete.
What's your name?
What's your affiliation?
Are you personally involved in copyright reform advocacy?
Are you affiliated with an organisation that is involved in copyright reform advocacy?
Is there an ongoing copyright reform process (such as a national law reform consultation) in which you are involved? If yes, please describe it and provide an expected completion date.
What are the key copyright law reform issue areas you are focused on?
copyright limitations and exceptions
digital rights management/technological protection measures
contract and copyright
creator rights (e.g., rights reversions, ownership of commissioned works)
management/governance of copyright collecting societies/collective management organisations
text and data mining / "right to read is the right to mine"
WIPO broadcast treaty
WIPO limitations and exceptions for education
WIPO limitations and exceptions for libraries
protection of traditional knowledge/indigenous culture
performer rights (especially wrt remuneration)
trade negotiations and copyright/IP
term of protection
scope of protection (related to ancillary or new copyright-like rights)
protection of public domain (no new rights over reproductions of works already in public domain)
Do you collaborate with other organisations in copyright law reform advocacy? If so, please provide the names of the organisations and briefly describe the ways in which you collaborate.
What sorts of activities are you involved with in support of copyright reform efforts?
increasing public awareness through blogging, social media, creating visual designs and infographics, etc.
running online issue campaigns and/or petitions on copyright reform topics
hosting workshops or other in-person or virtual outreach to stakeholders
producing policy analyses of legislative/regulatory proposals
providing written or oral interventions to copyright law reform consultations
signing or contributing to open letters on copyright reform provisions
conducting legal research
Looking to the future, what are the most important activities you are interested in to support productive copyright reform?
Are you funded for the copyright law reform work you do?
If you are funded to do copyright law reform advocacy , is it sufficient?
What resources/support should the CC Global Network and headquarters provide to support advocacy work? (please select up to 3)
financial assistance to engage in local projects/interventions
legal expertise and support
opportunity to connect with/meet other activists and network with them
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