The workshop on User-generated content – impacts on work and labour: Policy implications for EU stakeholders was held in Brussels on February 24-25, 2015.
Opening presentation by Pamela Meil
Presentation on The Regulation Landscape: A Critical Overview by Bjarki Valtysson
Presentation on Social innovation in the digital world: an interactive approach by Agnès Hubert
Presentation on Digital opportunities and exogenous shock: the recorded music industry and a field in crisis? by Daniel Nordgård
Text of presentation on Labour organizing with content creators: experiences from Canada, by Karen Wirsig
Summary of panel discussion on Protecting authors and IP; Protecting labour moderated by Vassil Kirov and featuring Ryan Heath, Peter Jenner, Bartek Lessaer, Agnes Parent-Thirion and Carmela Asero
Presentation by Melanie Dulong de Rosnay on Commons and Exclusion on Peer-production Platforms
The background material on which this presentation draws includes:
Melanie Dulong de Rosnay
P2Pvalue CAPS project
Techno-social platform for sustainable models and value generation in commons-based peer production in the Future Internet, FP7-ICT Information and communication technologies, 2013-2016 http://www.p2pvalue.eu/
Dulong de Rosnay, M., 2015, “Peer-to-Peer as a Design Principle for Law:
Distribute the Law”, Journal of Peer Production, Special issue on Peer Production, Disruption and the Law.
Dulong de Rosnay, M., 2014, “Alternative internet(s): the benefits and challenges of distributed services”, LSE Media Policy Project blog, 26 November.
Dulong de Rosnay, M., 2013, “Peer-production online communities infrastructures”, ACM Proceedings of the First Conference on Internet Science, Brussels, Belgium, 10-11 April.