Conclusion to the Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Cultural Heritage: Important highlights
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The Research Handbook on Intellectual Property and Cultural Heritage explores a variety of issues pertaining to the intersection between IP and CH. It explored (1) how IP can work as a vehicle for protecting aspects of CH, both tangible and intangible; (2) the politics and policies associated with protecting CH by intellectual property rights; as well as (3) special issues pertaining to cultural institutions, including issues of CH management and IP management. This multitude of subjects - varying from museum collections of antiquities, intangible cultural heritage and indigenous communities to street art, video games and artificial intelligence - comes together to form the puzzle of the intersection between CH and IP with a clear aim in mind: not just to make us wiser, but mostly to make us watch out for the days to come.

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Part I: IP PROTECTION FOR CULTURAL HERITAGE