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Bill Genereux

Rogue Downloader's Arrest Could Mark Crossroads for Open-Access Movement - Technology -... - 13 views

  • Last fall, Mr. Swartz began an appointment as a research fellow at Harvard's Edmond J. Safra Center for Ethics,
  • The university then tried to obstruct Mr. Swartz's laptop specifically, by barring the Media Access Control address, or MAC address, that the network had assigned to his computer.
presentsavage

Lessig's talk at CERN - 8 views

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    Larry Lessig gives his latest presentation about copyright, gives some interesting examples of ways in which material isn't practically accessible. Debates the purpose of copyright (whether it does/should benefit authors or publishers). Promotes the dissemination of knowledge to the populace.
Nate Bozarth

Thru-you.com - 0 views

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    Interesting in lieu of Remix: Manifesto. Very much akin to inbflat.net.
Mike Wesch

U.S. Copyright Office - Anticircumvention Rulemaking - 0 views

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    New rules on circumventing technological access controls for copyright fair use.
Bill Genereux

Creative Commons Media for Videographers - 0 views

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    The different levels of CC licensing.
Natalie Pennington

Hitler parody videos latest copyright fight - CNN.com - 0 views

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    This made me think of "fair use" of videos; a whole bunch of NEW parodies popped up after the majority were taken down, which if you watch, include information about fair use, copyright, etc, and why YouTube/the film industry is "wrong" to take them down.
Bill Genereux

Hitler, as "Downfall producer" orders a DMCA takedown on Vimeo - 0 views

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    The "Hitler as..." parodies are becoming cliche, but this is one to watch if you are interested in Copyright/Fair Use. Contains course language.
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    Includes a stinging rebuke of YouTube's takedown policies.
Bill Genereux

The Cathedral and the Bazaar - 0 views

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    Describes the culture surrounding open source software development. Gives insight into why people work for intangible benefits instead of only money.
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