Podcast: IBM and Bird & Bird debate data and IP rights
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Podcast: IBM and Bird & Bird debate data and IP rights

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 L to R: Katharine Stephens, Toby Bond, Steve Mortinger

Charlotte Kilpatrick joins Steve Mortinger of IBM and Toby Bond and Katharine Stephens of Bird & Bird to discuss how data rights are reshaping IP



To listen to the full podcast, which lasts 40 minutes, click the link above.

In this podcast we delve into some of the biggest issues around intellectual property rights and data use. 

As more industries become reliant on data, the questions of who owns it and how it is generated and shared become more relevant.

Panellists from IBM and Bird & Bird share their thoughts on whether new rights to encourage data collection would further entrench monopolies and stifle innovation. 

If new rights are to be created, there are questions over who should create them and whether they would stifle data sharing.

To learn more about how data is reshaping the IP landscape, check out our 40-minute podcast by clicking on the link above. 

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