Law and Order: Copyright and New Data Protection Regulations

Museums Association

Organiser:Museums Association
Venue:Royal College of Physicians
11 St Andrews Place
Regent's Park
Event cost:£55-£195

MP Seminar on copyright and the new general data protection regulations

An essential one-day conference offering guidance on copyright and the new general data protection regulations coming into force next May, which will have an impact on all museums.

In the morning, delegates will hear about the latest UK and EU policy developments for copyright, and receive practical advice on sweating their IP assets, making money from copyright exemptions and implementing copyright policies that will save time and money. The speakers will also explore the impact of copyright on digitisation projects.

The afternoon will feature an informative and interactive workshop led by Naomi Korn Copyright Consultancy, offering detailed guidance on how museums can prepare for new general data protection regulations – ensuring that museums understand the key changes and how they will impact their organisation.

Confirmed speakers:

Heather Caven, Director, V&A Collections Centre
Ben White, Head of Intellectual Property, British Library
Matthew Bailey, Rights & Images Manager, National Portrait Gallery
Naomi Korn, IP Consultant and Managing Director, Naomi Korn Copyright Consultancy
John Peel, Collection Information Manager, Manchester Museums Partnership
Victoria Stobo, Archivist and Postgraduate Researcher at CREATe, University of Glasgow
Kristin Hussey, Curator, Royal College of Physicians

The day will run from approximately 1030-1700 (registration from 0930).

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Contact:Lorraine O'Leary
Museums Association

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