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Copyright & Creativity in the Digital Age (2008)

Explores the impact that increasingly restrictive copyright laws are having on fair use and the creation of culture. 'Copyright & Creativity in the Digital Age' addresses the ways in which ... See full summary »

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Patricia Aufderheide
Michael Donaldson ...
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Joy Garnett ...
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Leena Jayaswal ...
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Brigid Maher ...
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Kembrew McLeod
Steven John Ross
Siva Vaidhyanathan
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Explores the impact that increasingly restrictive copyright laws are having on fair use and the creation of culture. 'Copyright & Creativity in the Digital Age' addresses the ways in which copyright influences the creative process of visual artists, musicians, and documentary filmmakers. The digital film includes interviews with Stanford law professor and Wired magazine columnist Lawrence Lessig, mash up artists A plus D, and Kirby Dick, director of 'The Film is Not Yet Rated.' Written by Anonymous

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artist | copyright | fair use | See All (3) »

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Who has the right to borrow, copy, cut, reproduce and remix what, under which circumstances and according to whom?

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Documentary | Short

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March 2009 (USA)  »

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