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The aim of the webinar is to introduce the audience, in particular non-lawyers, to the legal framework of text and data mining, focusing on the main aspects of the law at the European level.
Date: Tuesday 21 March 2017
Time: 1400 GMT
Duration: 45-60 minutes including Q&A
Post-doc Research Assistant in Law, School of Law, CREAte, University of Glasgow
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An understanding of the key principles of copyright law that are applicable to text and data mining.
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Introductory and non-intensive, no previous knowledge or experience required.
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