Nicolas Jondet

Nicolas Jondet
The University of Edinburgh | UoE · School of Law

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August 2013 - present
The University of Edinburgh
Position
  • Teaching Fellow in Intellectual Property Law
January 2011 - August 2013
University of Strathclyde
Position
  • Lecturer
January 2011 - August 2013
University of Strathclyde
Position
  • Lecturer

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Publications (8)
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Abstract in French [English version of the abstract below]: L'Union européenne débat actuellement de la création d'une exception au droit d'auteur pour le text and data mining (TDM). De nombreux Etats membres l'ont devancée en adoptant des exceptions TDM aux contours variés. A l'heure du choix, l'Union européenne doit adopter une exception TDM la p...
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The European Union is currently debating the adoption of a copyright exception for text and data mining (TDM). Some member states have jumped the gun by adopting their own TDM exception. From the various possible options, the European Union should adopt the broadest possible TDM exception, to boost the international competitiveness of its knowledge...
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In June and October 2009, the French parliament passed controversial copyright laws aimed at deterring internet piracy. The laws establish a new anti-piracy scheme known, in France, as the graduated response and, in the US and other English-speaking countries, as “three strikes and you’re out.” Under this scheme, set to be implemented this summer,...
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In 2007, France created the Regulatory Authority for Technical Measures (l’Autorité de Régulation des Mesures Techniques or ARMT), an independent regulatory agency charged with promoting the interoperability of digital media distributed with embedded “technical protection measures” (TPM), also known as “digital rights management” technologies (DRM)...
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National consumer protection laws, some of which date back to the 19th century and many of which date back to the 1960s and 1970s, often fail to address any of the new problems facing consumers as a result of rapid technological innovation and the rapid expansion of ICT product markets. In order to meet these challenges, new consumer protection law...
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Dailymotion, a French video-sharing website, recently received bad news on the judicial front. This summer, it was sentenced by a Paris court to pay 23,001 Euros ($33,400) in damages for the copyright infringement of the movie "Joyeux Noel", an unauthorized copy of which had been made available on the website by an internet user. The court asserted...
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As consumer use of information and communication technology (ICT) products grows, the importance of ICT standards in consumer markets also grows. While standards for manufactured products were once developed at the national level in formal standards bodies, standards for ICT products today are more likely to be developed by informal standards bodie...
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On August 1, 2006 the French Parliament passed the law on copyright and related rights, known as DADVSI (loi relative au Droit d'Auteur et aux Droits Voisins dans la Societe de l'Information), which implements the European Copyright Directive of 2001. The main feature of the law is the legalisation of technical protection measures for copyrighted w...