Artha DermawanDoctoral Student
Intellectual Property and Competition Law
+49 89 24246-5270
Areas of Interest:
Copyright Law; Patent Law; Traditional Knowledge of Indigenous and Local Communities; Regulatory Framework in the Context of Digitized Music Industry and Sustainable Artificial Intelligence Systems; Philosophy of Arts, Innovation and Incentive Mechanism.
Doctoral Student at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition
Doctoral studies (LL.D)
Faculty of Law, University of Lapland, Finland
2019 – 2020
Master’s Degree in Intellectual Property Law (with honours)
Master’s thesis: “Indonesian Music Law Proposal: The Need for Fair and Equitable Remuneration for Musicians in the Digitized Music Industry”
Advanced Master of Intellectual Property Law and Knowledge Management (IPKM), Maastricht University, the Netherlands.
Bar examination, Indonesian qualified lawyer (PERADI)
2015 – 2018
Bachelor’s Degree in Law (with honours)
Bachelor’s thesis: “Taxi Online under the Indonesian Consumer Protection Law Microscope”
Universitas Pendidikan Nasional, Indonesia
03/2024 – 06/2024
Intellectual Property Research Institute of Australia
School of Law, the University of Melbourne, Australia
09/2020 – 02/2021
Key Account Pricing Admin
Deutsche Post und DHL, Maastricht, the Netherlands
01/2019 – 08/2019
Cekindo Business International (In Corp), Jakarta, Indonesia
01/2018 – 01/2019
Juliana, Silaen and Partners Law Office, Bali, Indonesia
06/2016 – 08/2016
Summer Legal Intern
Le Meridien Hotels and Resorts, Bali, Indonesia
Scholarships, Academic Prizes and Honors
Max Planck Law International Exchange Program
The fully-funded exchange program is jointly organized by Max Planck Law and the University of Melbourne Law School. The program links two of the world's most dynamic and prestigious institutions for the study of law.
ATRIP Essay Competition - 2nd Prize
International competition for young researchers in intellectual property law awarded by the International Association for the Advancement of Teaching and Research in Intellectual Property (ATRIP) and sponsored by the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI).
2019 – 2020
Highly Competitive International Scholarship for studying master degree in the Netherlands awarded by the Kingdom of the Netherlands
‘Paramita Sadhuguna Nugaraha’ Award
The highest award given to the most meritorious student in every law course
Universitas Pendidikan Nasional, Indonesia
Perhimpunan Advokat Indonesia (PERADI), Indonesia
Contributions to Collected Editions, Commentaries, Handbooks and Encyclopaedias
Sustainable Patent Governance of Artificial Intelligence. Recalibrating the European Patent System to Foster Innovation (SDG 9), in: Bita Amani, Caroline Ncube, Matthew Rimmer (
Beasiswa di Belanda, in: Febi Junaidi (
Text and Data Mining Exceptions in the Development of Generative AI Models: What the EU Member States Could Learn from the Japanese 'Non-Enjoyment' Purposes?, Journal of World Intellectual Property 2023, forthcoming. DOI
- The European Union (EU) text and data mining (TDM) provisions are a progressive move, but the horizon is still uncertain for both generative artificial intelligence (GenAI) models researchers and developers. This article suggests that to drive innovation and further the commitment to the digital single market, during the national implementation, EU Member States could consider taking the Japanese broad, all-encompassing and “nonenjoyment-based” TDM as an example. The Japanese “nonenjoyment” purposes, however, are not foreign to the European continental view of copyright. A similar concept can be found under the German concept of “Freier Werkgenuss” or enjoyment of the work. A flexible TDM exception built upon the German notion of nonenjoyment purposes could become an opening clause to foster innovation and creativity in the age of GenAI. Moreover, the article argues that an opening clause allowing TDM with “nonenjoyment” purposes could be permissible under the so-called three-step test. This article further suggests, if there is no political will to safeguard “the right to read should be the right to mine” and to provide a welcoming environment for GenAI researchers and developers, when shaping the legal interpretation through national case law, the EU Member States could consider the following: (1) advocate for 72 h of response if technological protection measures (TPMs) are preventing TDM, and (2) Robot Exclusion Standard (robot.txt) as a warning when TDM is not allowed on a website. It is now in the hands of the EU Member States, whether to protect the interests of rightholders or to create a balance between safeguarding “the right to read should be the right to mine,” protecting rightholders exclusivity, and creating a supportive environment for the GenAI models researcher and developers.
Aktualisasi Penerapan Nilai Normatif Kebebasan Berekspresi di Indonesia oleh Warga Negara dan Mahkamah Konstitusi, Jurnal Analisis Hukum 2.1 (2019), 1 - 20.
- Posisi Kebebasan Pers di Indonesia memiliki tempatnya sendiri dalam Konstitusi Indonesia dan peraturan lainnya. Dari waktu ke waktu, sejak awal kemerdekaan hingga era reformasi, posisi pers berdasarkan perspektif konstitusional memiliki perubahan yang cukup dinamis. Itu dimulai ketika perumusan Undang-Undang Dasar 1945, disahkannya Undang-Undang Dasar Republik Indonesia pada tahun 1949, Konstitusi Sementara pada tahun 1950, dan masa UUD 1945 UUD dengan beberapa amandemen sesudahnya, hingga diundangkannya Undang-Undang No. 40 tahun 1999 Tentang Pers. Dalam mewujudkan hak-hak konstitusional yang diluruskan terhadap kebebasan pers di Indonesia, dibutuhkan kerja sama sinergis antara warga negara sebagai subjek dan Mahkamah Konstitusi sebagai lembaga terkemuka yang melaksanakan misi penting pelurusan konstitusi negara. Sementara itu, peran yang dapat diambil oleh warga negara mungkin adalah pemberian dukungan penuh kepada para pelaku pers di negara ini, dan peran Mahkamah Konstitusi yang dapat diambil adalah dalam bentuk implementasi konkret terhadap petisi untuk peninjauan kembali yudisial. Uji yang diajukan Produk hukum komunitas terhadap kebebasan pers yang bertentangan dengan undang-undang.
- The position of The Freedom of Pers in Indonesia has its own place in the Indonesian
Constitution and theirs other regulation. From time to time, since the beginning of
independence to the reform era, the position of press based of the constitutional perspective
in term has a dynamic change. It is begin when the formulation of the 1945 Constitution, the
enactment of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia Stated in 1949, Temporary
Constitution in 1950, and the time of the UUD’s 1945 Constitution with some amendments afterwards, until the promulgation of Act No. 40 of 1999 Concerning the press. In realizing
the constitutional rights straightening against press freedom in Indonesia, it takes a
synergistic cooperation between citizens as subjects and the Constitutional Court as the
leading institution carrying out the important mission of Constitution straightening of the
country. Meanwhile, the role can be taken by citizens may be the granting of full support to
the perpetrators of the press in the country, and the role of the Constitutional Court may be taken is in the form of implementation of concrete against the petition for judicial review Test proposed Community legal products against press freedom in opposition to the legislation.
Further Publications, Press Articles, Interviews
Fan-Powered Royalties (FPR) for Artists in the Age of Online Music Platforms: A Leading Edge or Another 'Meh.'?, From Lapland with Law - The Blog of the University of Lapland Faculty of Law 2023 10.01.2023.
On the Cambrian Explosion of Emotional Generative AI: Could the Common Framework of Copyright Be the Way Forward for the ASEAN?
Regulating Artificial Intelligence Workshop at the University of Lapland, Finland
On Generative Artificial Intelligence vs. Copyright Law: What’s Next?
The Nordic Conference on Law and Information Technology 2023
Law, AI and Society – Regulating AI-Based Technology as Transition to a Sustainable, Resilient and Inclusive Future
Location: Rovaniemi, Finland
The ASEAN Way: An Author Centric Approach to Regulating Artificial Intelligence Systems
Inaugural Asian Intellectual Property Scholars Conference 2023
Location: Seattle, USA
Sustainable Patent Governance of Artificial Intelligence in the EU
23rd Intellectual Property Scholars Conference 2023
Location: New York City, USA
Fair and Equitable Remuneration for Musicians in the Digitized Music Industry: Development and Challenges in Indonesia
IP Researchers Europe Conference 2023
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Sustainable Patent Governance of Artificial Intelligence. Recalibrating the European Patent System to Build Resilient Infrastructure, Promote Inclusive and Sustainable Industrialization, and Foster Innovation (SDG 9)
GAI-2023: Governing Artificial Intelligence: Designing Legal and Regulatory Responses
Location: Brussels, Belgium
Text and Data Mining Exceptions in the Development of Generative AI Models: What the EU Member States Could Learn from the Japanese ‘Non-Enjoyment’ Purposes?
The 5th IP Researchers in Asia (IPIRA) Conference 2023
Can Artificial Intelligence and Patent Law be Regulated to Achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals?
Istanbul Youth Summit 2023
Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Intellectual Property Law, Artificial Intelligence and the Metaverse
WhatNext.Law Conference 2023: Living Together in the Cities of the Future and the Metaverse
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Fan-Powered Royalties (FPR) for Musicians in the Digitized Music Platforms: A New Alternative to the Pro-Rata System?
The Second IP/IT Colloquium and Recreating Europe Conference on Video Games: Accessibility and Cultural Heritage in the Digital Age
Location: University of Szeged, Hungary
Text and Data Mining Exceptions in the Development of Creative AI-Assisted Output
Research Atelier AI and IP Organized by IRGET, TU Dresden and CEIPI, University of Strasbourg
Location: Institute for Civil Law, Intellectual Property Media and Data Protection Law (IRGET), TU Dresden, Germany
Roadmap to Creative AI-Assisted Outputs and Copyright Law: An Introduction
University of Lapland Doctoral Seminar (Research & Methodology)