Top Citizen Science - Sparkling Science expansion project. The aim of INTER-ACT is to develop an electronic interaction and discussion platform that serves as an experimental demonstrator for drafting and discussing concrete proposals for legal norms in an open, transparent, evidence-based and consensus-based process. Thereby, model regulatory proposals will be drafted in an open and dynamic process on the basis of participation of citizens of all stakeholder groups. As the model regulatory proposals will be reflected in an interactive and iterative process, they will not merely be the static end result of a one-time process, but will be dynamically adapted. Therefore, they will provide the legislator with a dynamic reference framework for creating modern copyright regulations on a broad social consensus.
Federal Ministry for Science and Research
|Effective start/end date||1/02/19 → 31/07/20|
- Vienna University of Economics and Business (lead)
- University for Continuing Education Krems (Project partner)