SCRIPT Centre for IT and IP Law, School of Law

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Short name SCRIPT Centre for IT and IP Law
Name SCRIPT Centre for IT and IP Law, School of Law at University of Edinburgh
Description SCRIPT, a law and technology research centre based in the School of Law within the University of Edinburgh, was sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. SCRIPT is internationally renowned for its research excellence, a leader in distance learning, and the home of the online journal SCRIPTed.

The AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law was established on 1 April 2002 with the generous support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The Centre was successful in a competitive bid for a further phase of funding from the AHRC which continued the Centre's work until 2012. The Centre's research themes examined the synergies between intellectual property law and information technology law together with work on media law, medical law & ethics, and forensic evidence. Its remit was to consider the relationship between law, policy and technologies in the broadest sense.

University University of Edinburgh
Country United Kingdom
Type of organization Participating center
Contact e-mail address(es) B.Schafer@ed.ac.uk
Contact form http://www.scriptcentre.ed.ac.uk/contact_us
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Topics of interest Artificial intelligence, Copyright, Digital rights management, E-democracy, Ethics, Fundamental rights, Culture, E-commerce, Data protection, Network architecture, Intellectual property, Internet Governance, Open content, Social media
Disciplines involved Biology, Economics, Engineering, Law, Political science, Sociology
Official website http://www.scriptcentre.ed.ac.uk/
Twitter handle @SCRIPTCentre
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Projects Biotechnology consortium, Convergence & media law reform, Regulation & technologies, Network architecture, Deceptive computing, Public/Private paradigms in clinical research governance, IP, Technology and Education, The Open Science business model, Public sector information, MIA surveillance systems, Privacy, Security & Technology, GET: Social Values Project, Free Trade and IT-based Businesses, Obtaining, protecting and using essential environmental technologies: a holistic analysis, Implanted Smart Technologies: What Counts as 'Normal' in the 21st Century?, Algorithmic governance, IP and man-machine co-creation, Data Protection law and data sharing, Smart cities and political resistance, Automated decision making under the GDPR, Convergent media regulation and press freedom, IP enforcement online, Regulation by design and its ethics, IoT and disability protection

This is an automatically generated list of the members of SCRIPT Centre for IT and IP Law, School of Law having a profile on the NoC wiki:

 First nameFamily nameRoleTopic interest
Burkhard SchaferBurkhardSchaferDirectorArtificial Intelligence
Ethics
Robotics
Copyright
Cybersecurity
Data Protection
Data visualization
Emmanuel OkeEmmanuelOke
Jane CornwellJaneCornwell
Judith RauhoferJudithRauhofer
Paolo CavalierePaoloCavaliere
Rachael Craufurd SmithRachaelCraufurd Smith
Smita KheriaSmitaKheria

List of Educational Resources of SCRIPT Centre for IT and IP Law, School of Law

This is an automatically generated list of the education resources of SCRIPT Centre for IT and IP Law, School of Law indexed on the NoC wiki:

 Topic interest
Exceptions for Disability
Robotics and the LawArtificial Intelligence
Data Protection
Digital Economy
E-health
Intellectual Property
Internet of Things
Machine Learning
Privacy
Robotics
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ClassificationUniversity of Edinburgh + and Participating center +
Contact formhttp://www.scriptcentre.ed.ac.uk/contact_us +
CountryUnited Kingdom +
DescriptionSCRIPT, a law and technology research cent
SCRIPT, a law and technology research centre based in the School of Law within the University of Edinburgh, was sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. SCRIPT is internationally renowned for its research excellence, a leader in distance learning, and the home of the online journal SCRIPTed. The AHRC Research Centre for Studies in Intellectual Property and Technology Law was established on 1 April 2002 with the generous support of the Arts and Humanities Research Council. The Centre was successful in a competitive bid for a further phase of funding from the AHRC which continued the Centre's work until 2012. The Centre's research themes examined the synergies between intellectual property law and information technology law together with work on media law, medical law & ethics, and forensic evidence. Its remit was to consider the relationship between law, policy and technologies in the broadest sense.
cy and technologies in the broadest sense. +
DisciplineBiology +, Economics +, Engineering +, Law +, Political science + and Sociology +
Full nameSCRIPT Centre for IT and IP Law, School of Law at University of Edinburgh +
Homepagehttp://www.scriptcentre.ed.ac.uk/ +
ProjectBiotechnology consortium +, Convergence & media law reform +, Regulation & technologies +, Network architecture +, Deceptive computing +, Public/Private paradigms in clinical research governance +, IP, Technology and Education +, The Open Science business model +, Public sector information +, MIA surveillance systems +, Privacy, Security & Technology +, GET: Social Values Project +, Free Trade and IT-based Businesses +, Obtaining, protecting and using essential environmental technologies: a holistic analysis +, Implanted Smart Technologies: What Counts as 'Normal' in the 21st Century? +, Algorithmic governance +, IP and man-machine co-creation +, Data Protection law and data sharing +, Smart cities and political resistance +, Automated decision making under the GDPR +, Convergent media regulation and press freedom +, IP enforcement online +, Regulation by design and its ethics + and IoT and disability protection +
Short nameSCRIPT Centre for IT and IP Law +
Topic interestArtificial intelligence +, Copyright +, Digital rights management +, E-democracy +, Ethics +, Fundamental rights +, Culture +, E-commerce +, Data protection +, Network architecture +, Intellectual property +, Internet Governance +, Open content + and Social media +
Twitter@SCRIPTCentre +
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B.Schafer@ed.ac.uk +