Copyright and Plagiarism

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  • 1. The 21st Century of Intellectually Property in the Digital Age
  • 2. The development technology has changed the way these laws work.
  • 3. Bolter said that “electronic communication is increasingly the medium through which we form and maintain our affiliations (Bolter 204),” and similarly, our ideas.
  • 4. Technology overlaps “fair use” of ideas with technology, blurring the once concrete laws of copyright and plagiarism.
  • 5. The intentions of these laws make sense theoretically, but the result was not cohesive to the nature of art.
  • 6. Plagiarism is the use of words, art, music, etc. without acknowledgement to the original creator.
  • 7. Copyright infringement is the use of others ideas without permission.
  • 8. “The goal of all participants is free, cited circulation…with the larger goal of creating new ideas and arguments from the fabric of those already existing.” (Murray 176)
  • 9. “If this is a crime, we have a whole generation of criminals” – Lawrence Lessig (RiP!)
  • 10. “Attribution of authorship is the highly personal connection between author and work, but the interest that copyright protects is the impersonal connection between owner and property” –Laurie Stearns (Murray 176)
  • 11. Copyright has gotten out of control where the main goal is profit, ultimately at the public’s expense.
  • 12. “We have the right to repeat people’s words in order to hold them accountable, bring them into dialogue, or use them as a springboard.” (Murray 180)
  • 13. “Just as apparently useless wetlands may be key to maintaining a healthy environment, copyright “loopholes” are microclimates that foster creativity, innovation, and democracy.” (Murray 180)
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