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Presentation from the 2008 New Media Consortium conference on Fair use in media education.

Presentation from the 2008 New Media Consortium conference on Fair use in media education.

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    • 1. Fair Ripping: Media in the Classroom Steve Anderson + Holly Willis Institute for Multimedia Literacy USC School of Cinematic Arts 6.13.2008 New Media Consortium
    • 2. -Lawrence Lessig “ Fair use is not the right to use copyrighted materials, it’s the right to hire a lawyer.” Fair Use Sucks!
    • 3. Conversations about Fair Use should not be solely the domain of experts (i.e., lawyers and technologists) We also need to hear from people who depend on fair use for everyday cultural practices: -Educators -Media makers -Librarians -Students -Fans
    • 4. Polarization of discourse surrounding copyright Rhetorical
    • 5. Polarization of discourse surrounding copyright Legal
    • 6. Polarization of discourse surrounding copyright Technical
    • 7. Polarization of discourse surrounding copyright Cultural
    • 8. Polarization of discourse surrounding copyright Cultural
    • 9. Polarization of discourse surrounding copyright Cultural
    • 10. Polarization of discourse surrounding copyright Cultural
    • 11. Is there a role for civil disobedience? http://www.negativland.com http://www.greytuesday.org Is there a role for electronic civil disobedience? http://www.geocities.com/frankentoons
    • 12. Abuse of Power http://www.youwouldnt.net http://www.respectcopyrights.com MPAA: Piracy It’s a Crime Abuse of Power (2006) Who are the real pirates?
    • 13. Faden / Maloney A Fair(y) Use Tale Eric Faden Gimme the Mermaid Negativland & Tim Maloney What kind of access to culture do we want?
    • 14. Berkman Center for Internet & Society Harvard Law School http://cyber.law.harvard.edu
    • 15. The Digital Learning Challenge: Obstacles to Educational Uses of Copyrighted Material in the Digital Age (2006) Lack of clarity Digital Rights Management Impracticality of licensing Undue gatekeeping
      • William Fisher & William McGeveran
      • Berkman Center for Internet and Society
      • http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/media/files/copyrightandeducation.html
    • 16. What’s the problem? Fear Confusion Lack of support
    • 17. What’s the solution? Get informed Get connected Get active
    • 18. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use
    • 19. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are
    • 20. Critical Commons Critical Commons http://criticalcommons.org
    • 21. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor
    • 22. YouTomb YouTomb http://youtomb.mit.edu
    • 23. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor 8. Sharing is good business
    • 24. Prelinger Prelinger Collection at Internet Archive http://archive.org
    • 25. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor 8. Sharing is good business 7. Digital Rights Management (DRM) doesn’t work
    • 26. Defective by design Defective by Design http://defectivebydesign.org
    • 27. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor 8. Sharing is good business 7. Digital Rights Management (DRM) doesn’t work 6. Aggressive tactics of MPAA and RIAA radicalizing consumers
    • 28. Chilling effects Chilling Effects http://www.chillingeffects.org
    • 29. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor 8. Sharing is good business 7. Digital Rights Management (DRM) doesn’t work 6. Aggressive tactics of MPAA and RIAA radicalizing consumers 5. Mainstreaming of participatory culture and peer networks
    • 30. Wikipedia / Long Tail Wikipedia http://www.wikipedia.org The Long Tail http://www.thelongtail.com
    • 31. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor 8. Sharing is good business 7. Digital Rights Management (DRM) doesn’t work 6. Aggressive tactics of MPAA and RIAA radicalizing consumers 5. Mainstreaming of participatory culture and peer networks 4. Vibrancy of remix culture
    • 32. DIY 24/7: DIY Video Summit http://www.video24-7.org
    • 33. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor 8. Sharing is good business 7. Digital Rights Management (DRM) doesn’t work 6. Aggressive tactics of MPAA and RIAA radicalizing consumers 5. Mainstreaming of participatory culture and peer networks 4. Vibrancy of remix culture 3. Open source movements
    • 34. Open source software From open source software…
    • 35. Open education … to open education http://ocw.mit.edu http://www.oercommons.org
    • 36. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor 8. Sharing is good business 7. Digital Rights Management (DRM) doesn’t work 6. Aggressive tactics of MPAA and RIAA radicalizing consumers 5. Mainstreaming of participatory culture and peer networks 4. Vibrancy of remix culture 3. Open source movements 2. Media and learning
    • 37. MacArthur Foundation: Digital Media & Learning http://www.macfound.org
    • 38. Critical Commons Critical Commons http://criticalcommons.org
    • 39. Top Ten Reasons to be hopeful about Fair Use 10. The more you know, the less scared you are 9. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) safe harbor 8. Sharing is good business 7. Digital Rights Management (DRM) doesn’t work 6. Aggressive tactics of MPAA and RIAA radicalizing consumers 5. Mainstreaming of participatory culture and peer networks 4. Vibrancy of remix culture 3. Open source movements 2. Media in education 1. It sucks
    • 40. Unhappy birthday Unhappy Birthday http://www.unhappybirthday.com
    • 41. Confu CONFU | 1996 FAIR USE GUIDELINES FOR EDUCATIONAL MULTIMEDIA NONLEGISLATIVE REPORT OF THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON COURTS AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY US HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 4.2.2 Text Material Up to 10% or 1000 words, whichever is less, in the aggregate of a copyrighted work consisting of text material may be reproduced or otherwise incorporated as part of a multimedia project created under Section 2 of these guidelines. An entire poem of less than 250 words may be used, but no more than three poems by one poet, or five poems by different poets from any anthology may be used. For poems of greater length, 250 words may be used but no more than three excerpts by a poet, or five excerpts by different poets from a single anthology may be used. Should Fair Use look like this?
    • 42. CSM / Duke http://www.law.duke.edu/cspd/comics Or like this? http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/resources/publications/statement_of_best_practices_in_fair_use
    • 43. Center for social media Center for Social Media http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org
    • 44. Electronic frontier Electronic Frontier Foundation http://www.eff.org
    • 45. Creative Commons Creative Commons http://creativecommons.org
    • 46. Participatory Culture Participatory Culture Foundation http://participatoryculture.org
    • 47. Free culture Free Culture http://freeculture.org
    • 48. Transformative Works Organization for Transformative Works http://www.transformativeworks.org
    • 49. Project remix Project Remix | Disney-ABC & USC Cinematic Arts | 2007 Creative Commons Chair, Joi Ito after meeting with executives at Disney-ABC