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13o CODAIP – schedule

FIRST DAY

November 4th – MONDAY

 

Morning

Place:  UniCuritiba – Grand Auditorium  – Rua Chile, 1678

7:30AM ACCREDITATION

8:15AM Opening ceremony

 

– Prof. Ricardo Marcelo Fonseca / Magnificent Rector of University of Paraná – UFPR

– Prof. Arnaldo Rebello / Magnificent Rector of UniCuritiba

– Prof. Ricardo Braga / Special Secretary of Culture

– Prof. Cássio Lisandro Telles / Pres. of Paraná Bar Association – OABPR

– Prof. Ana Cristina de Castro / Pres. of Curitiba Cultural Foundation

– Prof. Maurício Braga / Secretary of Copyright and Intellectual Property

– Prof. Vera Karam de Chueiri / Director for Legal Sciences Center- UFPR

– Prof. Dennys Robson Girardi / General Coordinator of UniCuritiba

– Prof. Tatyana Scheila Friedrich / UFPR Law Course Coordinator

– Prof. Viviane C. de Sellos-Koerner / Coord. of Post-Grad Program in Law (PPGD) –  UniCuritiba

– Prof. Fabricio Ricardo de Limas Tomio Coord. of Post-Grad Program in Law (PPGD)  – UFPR

– Prof. Frederico E. Z. Glitz / Coord. of Post-Grad Program  – UniCuritiba

 

Congress Coordinators:

  • Marcos Wachowicz – GEDAI-UFPR
  • José Augusto Fontoura Costa – GEDAI-USP
  • Sérgio Said Staut Jr – GEDAI-UFPR
  • Marcia Carla Pereira Ribeiro – UFPR

 

Opening Lecture

9:00AM – 10:0AM

PANEL I

 

“OLD TOWN ROAD” – LESSONS TO COPYRIGHT?

PANEL THEME:

“Old Town Road” is a song that has become a blockbuster hit and sucessfull in international critic opinion, breaking the “weeks on top” record of “Billboard Hot 100”, the #1 US hit. However this song has a “secret”: It was built primarily from the success of user-generated content based on pre-existing works, and made famous by the Chinese platform TikTok, which publishes such content in short videos. This case serves as a basis for discussion in Europe and around the world the responsibility of content providers, including about art. 17 of the Digital Single Market Copyright Directive, but it still involves rethinking several concepts in the way we view copyright today.

MODERATOR:

Prof. Vera Karam de Chueiri / Director of the Constitution and Justice Commission (CCJ) – UFPR

SPEAKER:

Prof. Reto M. Hilty – Director of the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition / Germany

 

10:00AM – 10:20AM Break

 

10:20AM – 12:00AM

PANEL II

 

COPYRIGHT RIGHTS UNDER REFORMATION

Preparation / Reform Proposals / Risks and Opportunities

 

PANEL THEME:

Recently a public consultation was opened for the Copyright Law Reform in Brazil. Issues such as internet copyrights, collective management and limits and exceptions are likely to be aim to significant change, which requires the attention of all society. However, after all, what is the relevance and necessity of reform nowadays? What has happened to the various other proposals in the last years? Is the new law capable of dealing with recent technological challenges? What topics stand out in caring for the interests of intellectual creators and the public interest?

MODERATOR:

Prof. Michele Hastreiter – GEDAI/UniCuritiba

SPEAKERS:

Prof. Marcos Wachowicz – GEDAI/UFPR

Carolina R. L. D. Panzolini  – Director of the Ministry of Citizenship

Prof. Silmara Juny de Abreu Chinellato – USP

Prof. José Augusto Fontoura Costa – GEDAI/USP

 

12:00AM – LUNCH

 

Afternoon (November 4th)

13:00 – 14:00h

Place: UniCuritiba – Chile Street, n. 1678 – Mini Auditorium

CASE STUDY: COPYRIGHT IN THE EUROPEAN DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET

The European Digital Single Market Copyright Directive (2016/0280) was recently approved within the European Union. Its legislative process was mainly marked by the debate about the benefits and harms of the former Articles 11 and 13, which after the reformulation of the text became Articles 15 and 17. But the normative brings other relevant topics that go far beyond these articles. What are, after all, the real changes in European copyright and their impacts on the rest of the world that jurists and artists will have to take into account in the years to come?

MODERATOR:

Prof. Dr. Victor Pelaez – UFPR / PROFNIT Coordinator

SPEAKERS:

Prof. Dr. Alexandre Libório Dias Pereira – Coimbra University/Portugal

DEBATERS:

Prof. Dr. Maria Victoria Rocha – UCP/Portugal

Prof. Dr. Guilherme Coutinho Silva – GEDAI/UFPR and Phonolite

 

 

14:00 – 17:00h

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY WORKSHOPS:

Place: UniCuritiba – Chile Street, n. 1678

Rooms 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10

 

At the THIRTEENTH EDITION OF CODAIP (Congress of Copyright and Public Interest), on November 4th, 2019, in Curitiba, the Copyright and Industrial Property Study Group (GEDAI-UFPR) will promote WORKSHOPS ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW concerning relevant and modern topics.

The workshops will be eminently focused on providing practical learning through the application of the theoretical knowledge acquired during the exhibitions.

During the workshop, participants are provided with individual copies of the material, enabling the practical analysis of the cases addressed.

By the end, a publication of all material will be produced in both digital and printed media. All pictures of the workshops will be published on the website www.gedai.com.br

Operational Organizers:

Marcos Wachowicz / Sergio Staut Junior / Márcia Carla Pereira Ribeiro / José Augusto Fontoura Costa / Letícia Canut /Eduardo Agostinho / Roberto Nelson Brasil Pompeo Filho / Oscar Cidri / Michele Hastreiter/ Rangel Trindade / Heloisa Medeiros / Rodrigo O. Cruz e Silva / Liz Beatriz Sass / Lukas Ruthes Gonçalves / Bibiana Biscaia Virtuoso / Atamai Caetano Moraes / Pedro Luz / Alice de Perdigão Lana / Marcelle Cortiano /   Rodrigo Vieira / Alexandre Ricardo Pesserl / Luciana Reusing / Pedro Lana / Magna Knopik / Angela Kretschmann

 

WORKSHOPS: ROOMS – THEMES – ORGANIZERS

 

Room 1 – Theme:

COPYRIGHT AND ART / Organizers: Prof. Dr. Marcelo Conrado – UFPR and Prof. Dr.. Dulce Osinski– UFPR

Room 2 – Theme:

COPYRIGHT AND CULTURE / Organizers: Prof. Dr. Francisco Humberto Cunha Filho – UNIFOR and Prof. Dr. Rodrigo Vieira – GEDAI/UFERSA

Room 3 – Theme:

BRAZILIAN DATA PROTECTION LAW / Organizers: Pedro Luz – GEDAI/UFPR;  Prof. Dr. Cinthia Obladen de AlmenDr Freitas – PUCPR and Prof. Dr. Ulisses Levy Silvério dos Reis – UFERSA

Room 4 – Theme:

OPEN INNOVATION, TRANSPARENCY AND R&D / Organizers: Francisco Viegas Neves da Silva – GEDAI/UFPR a Alvaro Justen – Escola de Dados (Data School)

Room 5 – Theme:

COLLECTIVE COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT / Organizers: Prof. Dr. Eduardo José dos Santos de Ferreira Gomes – UNIFACS/BA and Prof. Msc. Alexandre Ricardo Pesserl – GEDAI/UFPR

Room 6 – Theme:

SCIENCE PARKS, INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND CULTURAL RIGHTS / Organizers: Patricia de Oliveira Areas – INOVAPARQ and Prof. Dr. Salete Oro Boff – IMED/RS

Room 7 – Theme:

COPYRIGHT AND EDUCATION / Organizers: Prof. Dr. Pedro Mizukami – FGV/SP, Prof. Dr. Marcos Wachowicz– GEDAI/UFPR

Room 8 – Theme:

SOFTWARE AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS / Organizers: Heloísa Medeiros – GEDAI/UEMA and Prof. Dr. Letícia Canut – GEDAI/UFPR

Room 9 – Theme:

COPYRIGHT AND VIDEO GAMES / Organizers: Luca Schirru – GEDAI/UP and Prof. Dr. Luiz Gonzaga Silva Adolfo – UNISC

sala 10 – Theme:

COPYRIGHT AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE APPLICATIONS / Organizers: Lukas Ruthes Gonçalves – GEDAI/UFPR and Pedro de Perdigão Lana – GEDAI/UFPR

 

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MINICOURSE

MiniCourse:  14h – 17h

Intellectual rights and unfair competition: conflicts and convergences

 

Speaker/Organizer: Prof. Dr. Pedro Marcos Nunes Barbosa – PUCRio

 

Exhibitors from the PUCRio Study Group:  Beatriz Brito Beserra; Hannah Gruber Bernstein; Andreu Wilson Pereira Leandro; Gabriel Guimaraes; José Aristóbulo Caldas; Eduardo Miceli Fanti Fajardo; Fabrício Massimo; Carlo Aquino; Isabella de Souza Polillo Pinto.

 

MiniCourse objective: Enable legal operators (i) to understand Intellectual Property institutes and their interfaces with Unfair Competition Law; (ii) to analyze concrete cases for the practical application of the institutes as a result of the new Information and Communication Technologies; (iii) decision making on complex legal issues involving domestic and foreign legislation.

 

Date: November 4th

Time: 14h – 17h

Place: Room 13

 

17:30 – 18:30h

RESEARCH GROUP PRESENTATION WORKSHOP

Place: UniCuritiba – Rua Chile, n. 1678 – Mini Auditório

Learn about the activities and projects of the main research groups in Intellectual Property. The following research groups have already confirmed their participation:

  • MASTER/DOCTORATE PROGRAM IN INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY – FLACSO/ ARGENTINA
  • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY MASTER PROGRAM GROUP – PROFNIT-UFPR
  • INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY STUDY CENTER GROUP / URUGUAY
  • RESEARCH GROUP ON DIGITAL AND CULTURAL LEGAL STUDIES – UFERSA
  • INCT PROPRIETAS GROUP – INCT
  • RESEARCH GROUP ON FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY – UNISC
  • FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OF SANTA CATARINA – UFSC
  • RESEARCH GROUP ON CULTURAL RIGHTS – UNIFOR
  • LEGAL STUDIES GROUP – PUCRJ
  • UNIVILLE RESEARCH GROUP
  • GETULIO VARGAS FOUNDATION / SÃO PAULO
  • RESEARCH GROUP ON COPYRIGHT – ITS / RIO DE JANEIRO
  • INTERDISCIPLINARY GROUP FOR INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RESEARCH GIPPI
  • RESEARCH GROUP ON COPYRIGHT AND INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY – GEDAI/UFPR

 

18:30 – 19:00 Interval – Cultural Activities

Place: UniCuritiba Great Auditorium

Book releases and presentations:  movies / music / cultural activities

 

Books:

 

– ESTUDOS DE DIREITO DE AUTOR E INTERESSE PÚBLICO – ANAIS DO XIII CODAIP
(STUDIES ON COPYRIGHT AND PUBLIC INTEREST – ANNALS OF THE XIII CODAIP)

Orgs: Marcos Wachowicz, José Augusto Fontoura Costa, Sergio Said Staut Jr. and Marcia Carla Pereira Ribeiro

 

– MANUAL DE DERECHO INTERNACIONAL PRIVADO
(INTERNATIONAL PRIVATE LAW HANDBOOK)

Author: Guillermo Palao Moreno

 

– JUSTIFICAÇÃO CONSTITUCIONAL DO DIREITO DE AUTOR
(THE CONSTITUTIONAL JUSTIFICATION OF COPYRIGHT)

Author: Mauricio Brum Esteves

 

– NOVOS DIREITOS INTELECTUAIS: ESTUDOS LUSO-BRASILEIROS SOBRE PROPRIEDADE INTELECTUAL, INOVAÇÃO E TECNOLOGIA
(NEW INTELLECTUAL RIGHTS: LUSO-BRAZILIAN STUDIES ON INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY)

Orgs:  Marcos Wachowicz, Alexandre Libório Dias Pereira and Pedro de Perdigão Lana

 

– O FUTURO FOI REPROGRAMADO: COMO A TECNOLOGIA ESTÁ TRANSFORMANDO AS LEIS, A POLÍTICA E OS RELACIONAMENTOS
(THE FUTURE HAS BEEN REPROGRAMMED: HOW TECHNOLOGY IS TRANSFORMING LAWS, POLICY AND RELATIONSHIPS)

Author: Carlos Affonso Souza

 

– GESTÃO COLETIVA E GOVERNANÇA NO AMBIENTE DIGITAL
(COLLECTIVE MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE IN THE DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT)

Authors: Marcos Wachowicz and Alexandre Ricardo Pesserl

 

– MARCOS LEGAIS DA CIÊNCIA ABERTA
(THE LEGAL MILESTONES OF OPEN SCIENCE)

Organizer: Paulo Tigre

 

– INOVAÇÃO EM SERVIÇO
(INNOVATION IN SERVICE)

Organizer: Paulo Tigre

 

– SOFTWARE E DIREITOS DE PROPRIEDADE INTELECTUAL
(SOFTWARE AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS)

Author: Heloisa Gomes Medeiros

 

– INTELIGÊNCIA ARTIFICIAL E CRIATIVIDADE
(ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND CREATIVITY)

Authors: Marcos Wachowicz and Lukas Reuthes Gonçalves

 

Night (November 4th)

07:15PM – 08:45PM

PANEL III

 

COPYRIGHT AND THE RIGHT TO RESEARCH AND EDUCATION

Limits and exceptions / Culture / Copyright purposes

 

PANEL THEME:

As an essential space for training and knowledge production, education and research activities are essential for professional and national development as well as for innovation. These spaces are also places where the taste for reading, arts and discovery develops. Unquestionable, therefore, the deep intersection between Copyright, Education and Research. In the context of the continuous development of ICTs and internationalization of relations, in addition to advances in the field of artificial intelligence, in the economic and strategic valuation of data, it is urgent to review limitations and exceptions for education and research purposes in a highly technological environment.

 

MODERATOR:

Prof. Monica Guise – Facebook

SPEAKERS:

Prof. Sean Flynn – American University Washington / EUA

Prof. Allan Rocha de Souza – UFRRJ/UFRJ

Prof.  Mariana Valente – InternetLab/FGV

Prof.  Cláudia Chamas – Fiocruz – PPED/UFRJ

Prof. Vinícius de Araujo Oliveira – Fiocruz – UNA-SUS

 

09:00PM-10:30PM

PANEL IV

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Machine Learning / Uncertainties / New Developments

PANEL THEME:

Possibly none of the new technologies receive as much attention today as artificial intelligence, from jurists and scholars from other fields. In the area of intellectual property this interest seems to be even greater, making it crucial to question everything from the basics notions like authorship to the continuity of theories of economic justification. However, as much as this is a hot topic of the time, there remains an almost magical view of the potentials and risks of this myriad of technologies framed under the AI concept, which makes this theme always fertile for new debates.

 

MODERATOR:

Prof. Cinthia Obladen de Almendra Freitas – PUC/PR

SPEAKERS:

Prof. Andres Guadamuz – Sussex University / United Kingdom

Prof. Sergio Branco – ITS/RIO

Prof. Nicolás Hermida – FLACSO/Argentina

 

 

SECOND DAY

November 5th – Tuesday

MORNING

Place: UniCuritiba Grand Auditorium – 1678 Chile Street

8:30 AM – 10:00 AM

PANEL V

INTERNATIONAL INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW

International scenario / Challenges / New Treaties

PANEL THEME:

The protection of intellectual property operates under domestic law and international law. Globalization promoted by the information society has gradually increased the relevance of this latter category of norms. As a result, the international scenario of the Intellectual Property Legal Regime is consistently the focus of large and intense debates, whether instigated by international bodies or national states. It is important to follow these discussions to clarify what are the disputes for positions that will be taken globally, AMong different normative projects such as the traditional American soft power on the Internet, the directives with international effects of Europe and the claim of equity by Latin American countries.

MODERATOR:

Prof. Dr.  Angela Kreschmann – GEDAI/UnB

 

SPEAKERS:

Prof. Dr. Valentina Delich – FLACSO/Argentina

Prof. Dr. Dario Moura Vicente – Univ. Clássica de Lisboa/Portugal

Prof. Dr. Guillermo Palao Moreno – Universidad de Valencia/Espanha

 

10:00 AM – 10:20 AM Break

 

10:20 AM – 12:00

PANEL VI

INFORMATION SOCIETY AND MADRID PROTOCOL

International Jurisdiction / Trademarks / Digital Content Protection

PANEL THEME:

As a result of the expansion of globalized markets connected by new technologies, international trademark registration becomes more relevant. PDL 98/2019 formalizes Brazil’s accession to the Madrid Protocol, with the aim of reducing bureaucracy. The Madrid System enables companies and individuals in a member country to apply, through the World Intellectual Property Organization, for the registration of a mark already applied for or registered in their home country. But, given the various structural and procedural transformations that will be imposed on this new reality, it is necessary to consider the effects of this system applied to Brazil and the development of Brazilian companies. What will be the benefits and which points require more caution?

MODERATOR:

Prof. Msc. Alysson Hautsch Oikawa – UniCuritiba /OABPR

 

SPEAKERS:

Dr. Maria Eugênia Ramos Galloti – INPI Trademark Office

Dr. Rafael Atab de Araújo – PUCRJ /ABAPI

Dr.. Luciany Pelisson Creado Becker  – U.P. /OABPR

Dr.. Maria Cruz Garcia  – AIPPI /OABPR

 

12:00  – Lunch

 

Afternoon (November 5th)

Place: UniCuritiba Grand Auditorium – 1678 Chile Street

13:00 PM – 14:00 PM

CASE STUDY: COPYRIGHT AND PRIVATE INTERNATIONAL LAW – OVERCOMING THE INTERNET TERRITORIALITY PARADIGM

The Internet opens the possibility that with a single click copyrighted materials become available from anywhere in the world, without permission of the copyright holders. This results in important questions for private international law. Within this context, alternatives of connecting elements will be examined, as well as the repercussions of such situations in jurisdictional debates. How to elect the forum and applicable law when copyrighted work is made available on the Internet in an infringing way?

MODERATOR:

Profa. Dra. Beatriz Bugallo – Centro de Estudios de Propiedad Intelectual / Uruguai

 

EXPOSITOR:

Profa. Msa. Michele Hastreiter – GEDAI/Unicuritiba

 

DEBATERS:

Prof. Dr.  Pedro Mizukami – São Paulo /FGV

Profa. Dra. Heloísa Gomes Medeiros – UEMA/GEDAI

 

2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Workshop – Article Submission

Place: UniCuritiba – R. Chile, n.  1678 – Rooms 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, 11 and 12

 

Room 1 – Theme: Copyright and Artificial Intelligence

Moderator:  Dr. Eduardo Oliveira Agustinho – PUCPR / OABPR

TECHNOLOGY AND JUDICIAL POWER: REFLECTIONS ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN THE PARANÁ STATE COURT OF JUSTICE – Arthur Viana da Silva;  Gustavo Lima da Silva; Luciana Reusing

COPYRIGHT AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: LEGISLATIVE OPTIONS – Carla Frade

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND COPYRIGHT IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: CAN AUTONOMOUSLY CREATED WORKS BY COMPUTERS BE PROTECTED?  – Eduarda Sordi Pinheiro Machado, Kelly Lissandra Bruch

ROYAL SOCIETY AND THE CHALLENGES OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE – Allan Rocha de Souza, Leon Queiroz Ramos, Luiz Henrique Mageste

NEW INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES IN THE JUDICIARY: FROM ELECTRONIC PROCESS ADOPTION TO AUTOMATED DECISIONS – Letícia Canut; Marcos Wachowicz

INTEROPERABILITY AND LEGACY: WHY NOBODY TALKS ABOUT THIS?  – Alexandre Cantini Resende

 

Room 2 – Theme: Copyright and new technologies

Moderator: Dr. Salete Oro Boff – IMED/RS

REFORM OF COPYRIGHT LAW DUE TO NEW TECHNOLOGIES AND BUSINESS MODELS ON THE INTERNET – Aline da Rocha Reis; Marcos Henrique Costa Leroy

COPYRIGHT IN DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES – Bibiana Biscaia Virtuoso; Heloisa Augusta Vieira Molitor

HARMONIZATION OF COPYRIGHT WITH THE CONSTITUTION AND NEW TECHNOLOGIES – Eduardo Miceli Fanti Fajardo; Isabella de Souza Polillo Pinto

COPYRIGHT SOFTWARE DEVELOPED IN CROWDSOURCING: conditions and possibilities of their protection through smart contracts – Carlos Anderson dos Santos Ferreira; Samyr Béliche Vale

COPYRIGHT PROTECTION ON STREAMING PLATFORMS – Flávia Holz Angst;  Salete Oro Boff

 

Room 3 – Theme: Copyright and Blockchain

Moderator: Dr. Angela Kretschmann – GEDAI

OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES IN THE USE OF BLOCKCHAIN ​​FOR COPYRIGHT PROTECTION ON STREAMING PLATFORMS – Bruna Rabelo Tomeix; Mary Pilly Durán Canedo Gomes

THE USE OF BLOCKCHAIN ​​TECHNOLOGY AS A COPYRIGHT PROTECTION MECHANISM – Laís Adriele Todescatto Kerller; Vitória Maria Furtado dos Santos

BLOCKCHAIN ​​AND LAW: A STUDY ON INNOVATION IN THE BRAZILIAN MUSIC INDUSTRY – Maria Fernanda Miranda Lyra

BLOCKCHAIN ​​AS AN INSTRUMENT TO INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS PROTECTION PUBLIC POLICIES – Fernando Almeida Struecker

DATA MINING, BIG DATA AND COPYRIGHT IN BRAZIL – Miguel Bastos Alvarenga

 

Room 4 – Theme: Copyright and Artistic Expressions

Moderator: Dr. Patricia de Oliveira Areas – Univille/INOVAPARQ

COPYRIGHT UNDER A LEGAL PERSPECTIVE OF ARTISTIC EXPRESSIONS IN THE DIGITAL WORLD: AN ANALYSIS OF GIF ART – Angela Tomasetti;  Julyanne de Bulhões

THE PHENOMENON OF INTERNET MEMES AND THEIR EFFECTS IN COPYRIGHT – João Víctor Vieira Carneiro

FANFICTION, FANART, FANZINE: FANS ARTISTIC EXPRESSIONS IN COPYRIGHT – Natalia Zimmermann

FANFICS PHENOMENON: A DISCUSSION ON (IL)LEGALITY IN THE LIGHT OF COPYRIGHT – Heloísa Gomes Medeiros;  Simone Hérvila Dias Silva

WHO TOUCHED MY TEXT: A BRIEF TEST ON FANDOM, FAN LITERATURE AND COPYRIGHT – Valeska da Cunha Chrestani

 

Room 5 – Theme: Copyright, Culture and Art

Moderator: Dr. Luiz Gonzaga Silva Adolfo – UNISC

COPYRIGHT AND ACCESS TO CULTURE – Micaela Barros Barcelos Fernandes

A BRIEF ANALYSIS OF DECREE-LAW 9.919/19 IN THE LIGHT OF COPYRIGHT – Cristina Baum da Silva; Luiz Gonzaga Silva Adolfo

APPROPRIATION AND AUTHORSHIP IN ART AND REPRESENTATION AND POWER RELATIONS – Flávia Sangiorgi Dalla Bernardina

COPYRIGHT PROTECTION OF GRAFFITI WORKS IN ADVERTISING – Débora Gomes Bandeira;  Thamires Rodrigues Guimarães

FASHION CULTURAL APPROPRIATION: A SHOCK OF CULTURES?  – Letícia Soster Arrosi, Luiz Gonzaga Silva Adolfo

 

Room 6 – Theme: Copyright, Access and Scientific Production

Moderator:  Dr. Rodrigo Vieira Costa – UFERSA

THE SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION OF COPYRIGHT AND PUBLIC INTEREST CONGRESS UNDER A BIBLIOMETRIC PERSPECTIVE – Fabiane Führ; Paula Carina de Araújo

AUTHOR PROTECTION IN SCIENTIFIC TEXTS – Francisco Humberto Cunha Filho;  Mateus Rodrigues Lins

A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE ISSUE OF ACCESS TO KNOWLEDGE IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY – Andreu Wilson Pereira Leandro;  José Aristóbulo Caldas Fiquene Barbosa

ORIGINALITY AND PUBLIC DOMAIN: THE IMPORTANCE OF PAST CREATIONS FOR THE EMERGENCE OF NEW WORKS – Eduardo Miceli Fanti Fajardo

 

Room 7 – Theme: Intellectual Property Law and legal protection

Moderator:  MSc.  Alisson Hautch Okawa – UniCuritiba

EXPRESSIVE CONTROL AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY: BRIEF LINES ON A FALLACY – Beatriz Brito Beserra, Pedro Marcos Nunes Barbosa

INFRINGEMENTS OF INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS, THEIR REFLEXES, AND THE NEW EUROPEAN PROJECT TO FIGHT PRODUCT COUNTERFEITING: A PROPOSITIVE STUDY – Lucas Silveira Duarte

THE SALE OF EVIDENCE INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LIABLE TO EVICTION – Andreu Wilson P. Leandro;  Fabrício Massimo Hespanhol Valle

REFLECTIONS ON BRAND PARTIAL DECREPITUDE IN BRAZIL: AN ANALYSIS IN THE LIGHT OF COMMON LAW CRITERIA – Clara Affeld Martins De Lima;  Júlia Gessner Strack

 

Room 8 – Theme: Copyright and Creative Economy

Moderator: Dr. Pedro Marcos Nunes Barbosa – PUCPR

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION LAW AND UNIVERSITIES: THE ROLE OF LEGAL SYSTEM IN THE CREATIVE ECONOMY PROPULSION – João Guilherme Pereira Chaves; Marcos Wachowicz

COPY CULTURE AND PRODUCTS INSPIRED IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY – Hannah Gruber Bernstein; Pedro Marcos Nunes Barbosa

INDUSTRIAL DESIGN, INNOVATION AND ANTITRUST: AN ANALYSIS UNDER THE FASHION INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE – Jade Vinagre e Lima; Leonel Moraes Barros

COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT IN THE CHILD PRODUCTS MARKET – Axel de Souza Belarmino

SUPERHERO INSPIRED FASHION CREATIONS – Fernanda Galera Soler

 

Room 9 – Theme: Copyright, Data Protection and INTERNET

Moderator: Dr. Cinthia Obladen de Almendra Freitas – PUCPR

THE GENERAL LAW OF PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION AND PROTECTED BUSINESS KNOWLEDGE – Mariana Piovezani Moreti; Marcos Wachowicz

PUBLIC PERSONAL DATA DOWNLOAD – Osny Buzzo Junior

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE CONSENT SOLUTION ON PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION – Alice de Perdigão Lana;  Érica Nogueira Soares d’Almeida

PROTECTION OF PRIVACY AND PERSONAL DATA IN THE INFORMATION SOCIETY: A CONTEXTUALIZATION ABOUT THE NEW GENERAL DATA PROTECTION LAW (LGPD) AND ITS IMPACTS ON COMPANIES – Laís Michele Brandt; Luiz Gonzaga Silva Adolfo

CONTENT PROVIDERS RESPONSIBILITY: A STRUGGLE BETWEEN FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION, COPYRIGHT AND FREE INITIATIVE – Luiz Gonzaga Silva Adolfo;  Martina Gaudie Ley Recena

 

Room 10 – Theme: Copyright, Technology and Innovation

Moderator: Dr. Nicolas Hermida – FLACSO/Argentina

TECHNOLOGICAL PRODUCTION INDICATORS: INNOVATION AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT POLICY GUIDELINES – Neide Buen

PARANÁ STATE’S INNOVATION LAW AND THE NEED FOR ADJUSTMENTS REGARDING THE NATIONAL SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION CODE (CNCT & I) – Dimitrius Pablo Sabino Lima de Miranda

THE PATH OF INNOVATION IN PHONOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION AND A FRAMEWORK PROPOSAL IN BARCET MODEL – Fernando Luís Pinheiro Borges

CHINA: BETWEEN RED QUEEN AND THE KNIGHT INVENTOR – Lucas Ruíz Balconi; Marcos Wachowicz

 

Room 11 – Theme: Copyright and Comparative Law

Moderator:  Dr. Alexandre Libório Dias Pereira – UC/Portugal

MEMES AND COPYRIGHT: LEGAL AND PERSPECTIVE FRAMEWORKS IN A COMPARED VIEW BETWEEN BRAZIL AND THE EUROPEAN UNION – João Paulo Capelotti

FRAGILITY OF FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION WITH THE PROMOTION OF DIRECTIVE (EU) 2019/790 OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL ON COPYRIGHT AND REFLECTIONS IN LAW N. 12.965 / 14 (CIVIL INTERNET MARK) – Luiz Gonzaga Silva Adolfo; Mérian Kielbovicz

FROM REMIX UTOPIA TO THE TIES OF COPYRIGHT EUROPEAN DIRECTIVE: A JOURNEY ON JOHN LOCKE AND BRETT GAYLOR – João Ademar de Lima Andrade; Larissa Oliveira Alves

THE POSSIBILITY OF SMART CONTRACTS IN COPYRIGHT LICENSING IN PORTUGAL – Pedro de Perdigão Lana

COLLECTIVE AUDIOVISUAL COPYRIGHT MANAGEMENT IN LATIN AMERICA – Ana Paula Borges Martin

 

Room 12 – Theme: Copyright and Related Rights

Moderator: Dr. Eliane Y. Abrão – USP

THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF HERMENEUTICS TO COPYRIGHT JUSTIFICATION – Maurício Brum Esteves

COPYRIGHT AND PHOTOGRAPHY: THE NEED OF REREADING THE PHOTOGRAPHIC CONCEPT IN LAW 9.610/98 – Alex Mecabô

HOLOGRAPHIC TOURS: THE USE OF DIGITAL RESURRECTION BY THE MUSIC INDUSTRY – Gustavo Fortunato D’Amico

PERSONALITY, COPYRIGHT, AND RELATED RIGHTS IN BRAZILIAN DUBBING – Hiago Andrioti Cordioli; Luciana Lopes Canavez

THE CONTRACT ADAPTATION MECHANISM: COMMENTS FROM THE LEGAL REGIME OF THE INTERPRETER OR EXECUTING ARTISTS – Jorge Luis Ordelin Font;  Salete Oro Boff

 

Night (November 5th)

07:15 PM – 09:00 PM

PANEL VII

COPYRIGHT, PUBLIC INTEREST AND TECHNOLOGICAL CONVERGENCE

Economic Interests / Copyright Principles / New Agenda

PANEL THEME:

The public interest guides all public policy agendas linked to intellectual rights that involve the diffusion of culture, knowledge and information. The search for balance between public and private is a constant without easy answers. The informational society and the recent new technologies make this process even more complex, affecting basic concepts such as the idea of originality. The final panel of CODAIP keeps alive this continuous debate about the past, present and future of the convergence between technology and intellectual law, focusing on copyright. What would be the precautions and parameters for legislative and jurisprudential changes? How to develop a purposeful agenda? Does intellectual property, as a legal branch, tend to weaken or strengthen in the coming years?

MODERATOR:

Prof. Dr. Letícia Canut – UFPR/GEDAI

SPEAKERS:

Prof. Dr. Antônio Carlos Morato – USP

Prof. Dr. Carlos Affonso Pereira de Souza – ITS/UERJ

CGRNA General Coordinator Aline Iramina – Minister of Citizenship

Prof. Dr. Sergio Staut Jr. – GEDAI/UFPR

 

09:00 PM

Unicuritiba Grand Auditorium

CLOSING CEREMONY

Prof. Dr. Ricardo Marcelo Fonseca / Magnificent Rector of Univ. Federal do Paraná – UFPR

Prof. Dr. Arnaldo Rebelo/ Magnificent Rector of UniCuritiba

Profa. Dra. Vera Karam de Chueiri – CCJ-UFPR

Prof. Dr. Dennys Robson Girardi / General Coordinator of UniCuritiba

 

Congress Coordinators:

  • Marcos Wachowicz – GEDAI-UFPR
  • José Augusto Fontoura Costa – GEDAI-USP
  • Sérgio Said Staut Jr – GEDAI-UFPR
  • Marcia Carla Pereira Ribeiro – UFPR

 

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