Research Title: Considering existing website blocking jurisprudence: Critically analyse whether the Cartier ruling changes the rules on cost allocation for copyright website blocking orders?

Read all the instructions very carefully!!! Research Title: Considering existing website blocking jurisprudence: Critically analyse whether the Cartier ruling changes the rules on cost allocation for copyright website blocking orders? This dissertation is a very complex area and it is not entirely clear whether the outcome of the Cartier decision can be applied to injunctions in the copyright field. Our dissertation could seek to answer this question. It would be best to read Newzbin 2, to understand the reasoning underlying cost allocation in copyright website blocking orders. You might also find the work of Martin Husovec, Giancarlo Frosio and Christina Angelopoulous helpful in your research. Dissertation title question may change as it is too narrow and while you will be working it may change and the title might slightly change as well. To do well under the grading criteria the work needs to be a work of analysis or critical reflection and not just a description of an aspect or area of intellectual property law. The one to one meeting process is intended to help you think about your process of research and evolving work and reflect on how to make your work analytical. The key is usually to attempt a topic which is not overly broad as that will more likely produce analytical depth and you have a limited word count. It will also reduce the amount of research you need to undertake. In research the exact title can vary a little as you progress, in the light of the research undertaken – this is not unusual in individual topics e.g. maybe you need to broaden, narrow or adjust the scope of what you set out to do and this is something you would discuss with your tutor as part of one – to one meetings. What you cannot do is change topics/ title completely e.g. start off with the meaning of originality in copyright law but end up with an essay discussing patent law exceptions Think about ideas that have sparked interest for you whilst on the module or which you have read about in the press, blogs, articles or textbooks. Browsing though these is a good way to get ides (but you can only do one!) You could also look at recent cases to find example of topics that may be worth exploring. You want to produce a good piece of work, but also to make sure that it will sustain your interest whilst researching and writing. If you have a particular ambition in terms of work after university or for further study you may want to look at a topic which will help you to promote yourself in that direction or one which for some reason relates to you personally. Referencing – Oxford OSCOLA Font type: Arial Font Size: 12 Spacing: 1.5

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