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ITC501 Week 7 Copyleft

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Clare Atkins

on 6 May 2016

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Transcript of ITC501 Week 7 Copyleft

Who has NEVER made a copy ?
Who feels like a criminal?
Is copying theft?
Do you agree with this?
Michael Moore does
with reservations!

You might find the answer here for NZ
“Under the Act, copyright protection comes into existence automatically when an original work is created and fixed. This means that the work needs to be more than an idea. Registration of copyright is not required and no formal system for the registration of copyright exists in New Zealand.

Since there is no government administered copyright register in New Zealand, it’s important to keep track of your own copyright work.”
What if you want to share your work ?
Some people think sharing/remixing is the future of ‘culture’ in a connected world.
Prof Larry Lessig from Harvard is one of them .....
Prof Larry Lessig
to enable a Shared Culture
supports CC
and this is how you use it
Many of the things we use everyday use CC licenses
for example Wikipedia
Many sites allow you to choose what CC license you want to upload under, including Flickr and Youtube.....check it out!
Maybe you should be using
dumb copyright !
How many of you have uploaded
a video, a song, a performance
a photo, a blog post
of your own to the internet ?

Who owns the copyright when you do ?
Who owns the copyright when:
You do a deal with a record company?
or a publisher?
or anyone who will distribute your work?
Nina Paley - wanted to.....
Sita Sings the Blues (2008)
Aaron Swartz
1986 - 2013
Does it work? It did for Nine Inch Nails
Ghosts I-IV was initially intended to be a five-track EP, but the final release consists of four nine-track EPs, totaling 36 tracks. The album was released under a Creative Commons license (BY-NC-SA), and in a variety of differing packages and price points, including a US$300 "Ultra-Deluxe Limited Edition". Ghosts was initially released digitally on the official Nine Inch Nails website without any prior advertisement or promotion.
A week after the album's release, the official Nine Inch Nails site reported over 750,000 purchase and download transactions, amassing over $1.6 million in sales
Ghosts I–IV was the fourth most played album of 2008 on Last.fm, and was the best-selling album on Amazon MP3.
Professor of Law at Harvard University
Clare Atkins
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