IGF 2020 WS #298 The creative industry on the internet: tools, threats

Thematic Track

Organizer 1: Adam Bodziak, Razem dla Kultury

Speaker 1: Aleksandra Chmielewska, Civil Society, Eastern European Group
Speaker 2: Misiewicz Anna, Civil Society, Eastern European Group
Speaker 3: Kownacki Rafał , Civil Society, Eastern European Group

Moderator

Adam Bodziak, Civil Society, Eastern European Group

Online Moderator

Adam Bodziak, Civil Society, Eastern European Group

Rapporteur

Adam Bodziak, Civil Society, Eastern European Group

Format

Debate - Classroom - 60 Min

Policy Question(s)

What is Internet for the creative industry – a tool, source of income, threat, or an opportunity? What tools should creator use to get their bearings online? How can they earn money by publishing their work online? What are the solutions to problems between huge web platforms and creators? What will the presence of artists and their works on the internet look like in the future? What are and will be the rights of people of culture related to placing their works on the internet?

Defining the state of contemporary law related to creators on the internet based on the example of several countries; an outline of solutions to problems that arise between large online platforms and creators; showing tools and ways how creators can earn money on their works published on the internet.

SDGs

GOAL 4: Quality Education
GOAL 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth
GOAL 9: Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
GOAL 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions
GOAL 17: Partnerships for the Goals

Description:

The creative industry on the internet: tools, profitability, threats/Internet for the creative industry – a tool, source of income, threat, or an opportunity? Today's creators are inevitably doomed to an online presence. What tools should they use to get their bearings online? How can they earn money by publishing their work online? What are the solutions to problems between huge web platforms and creators? What will the presence of artists and their works on the internet look like in the future? What are and will be the rights of people of culture related to placing their works on the internet?

Expected Outcomes

Familiarising workshop participants with the rights of creators in connection with the presence of their works on the internet. Proving that there can be a space on the internet in which both large online platforms and people of culture can successfully function side by side; providing knowledge about the law and tools that creators can use to secure their online works.

Prior to the workshop, the event will be notified to the relevant media, including social media. Following the workshop, a summary will be sent to selected journalists. The entire event will also be promoted through the organiser's online channels.

Relevance to Internet Governance: One of the key social functions of the internet is providing internet users with works created by people of culture. The workshop will address the consequences for creators, recipients and online platforms related to the importance of creativity on the web.

Relevance to Theme: The workshop will be based on using data on the importance of creativity for the internet and internet users. The speakers will prove based on various data that the rights of creators can be used to the benefit of internet users and digital platforms.

Online Participation

 

Usage of IGF Official Tool.