The sixth conference “Intellectual Property and the Internet”, organized by the Foundation “Registry of the National Internet Domain of Serbia” (RNIDS) and the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, was held on June 14, 2022, in the Conference Hall of the Faculty of Law.
The conference was opened by prof. Dr. Dusan Popovic, the President of the Organizing Committee and full professor at the Faculty of Law, University of Belgrade, and the Dean of the Faculty of Law UB, prof. Dr. Zoran Mirkovic.
Dr. Eleonora Rossati, professor at the Faculty of Law at Stockholm University, and the director of the Institute for Intellectual Property and Market Law was a keynote speaker. She discussed on the topic “Copyright Exceptions on the Internet: An EU Perspective”.
Our colleague Dr. Mina Jovanovic had the opportunity to contribute with her paper on “Trademark rights and non-fungible tokens (NFT)”.
The event opened up some hot topics, including: can a trademark as a right (property) be the subject of tokenization (NFT), what is the copyright view of the GIF format, what is the copyright definition of streaming, and whether goods and services with a registered trademark in the physical world can enjoy trademark protection in virtual reality? It is clear that intellectual property is becoming more and more important in the context of the Internet, is about to gain even more importance in the future.
The whole conference was streamed alive and you can find it on RNIDS YouTube Channel.
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