(24 October 2013) On Day 2 at IGF, IFLA participated in five workshops with topics spanning rights issues for disadvantaged and indigenous peoples, copyright and content creation and net neutrality.
IFLA participated as a panelist in Workshop 59, Content Creation, Access to Information and Open Internet, co-organised by the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) and Internet Society. Discussions between the panelists and the floor ranged from ways in which the copyright system currently fosters and promotes creativity, the need for updated limitations and exceptions, developing technology neutral copyright policy and the relationship between internet standards and copyright.
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