Science Copyright Talk for Science Literacy Conference

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Copyright Discussion at the Science Literacy Conf at KQED, April 22, 2009

Copyright Discussion at the Science Literacy Conf at KQED, April 22, 2009

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  • 1. Issues in Publishing/ Journalism with Community Norms/Ethics in Copyright and Fair Use Science Literacy Training Mary Hodder Mary@hodder.org @maryhodder Napsterization.org/stories Dabble.com
  • 2. Issues With Publishing and Journalism • Submissions, Use and Reuse • Copyright / Digital Copyright • Creative Commons • Attention, Links, Buzz, Ethics, Community Practices
  • 3. Submissions are easy • TOUs • Do user’s own their work • Do you own a copy • What if they want to delete? • How do you manage authenticity? • What if something is stolen? 3
  • 4. Use and Reuse Questions to ask yourself: • Copyrighted? • Fair Use? • Creative Commons? 4
  • 5. Copyright • Copyright is a contract between creators and public • Fair Use is an exception • Rethink copyright for digital world • right to copy • right to distribute
  • 6. Richness of Media Rich Media Perception of value 6
  • 7. Digital Copyright • Open • Robots.txt Information • SourceForge • Open Source • APIs / RSS • Open Data • YASNs • Open • Blogs, Community Twitter, • Open Publishing Online News, User Creative 7
  • 8. Robots.txt 8
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  • 10. Everyone Does It Community and Social Norms 10
  • 11. Fair Use HOW: THE FOUR POINT TEST FOR WHAT: • Parody • The purpose and character of the use, including whether such use is • Criticism of a commercial nature or is for nonprofit educational purposes; • Commentary • The nature of the copyrighted work; • Educational / • The amount and substantiality of Scholarship the portion used in relation to the copyrighted work as a whole; and, • News reporting • The effect of the use upon the potential market for or value of the copyrighted work. 11 • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_use
  • 12. http://www.centerforsocialmedia.org/resources/fair_use/ 12
  • 13. • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u1kqqMXWEFs 13
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  • 16. by Matt @ http://www.flickr.com/photos/_matt/ 16 3465930105/
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  • 18. Examples • Esme Vos on Mapplr.com used a flickr photo, which GQ asked to reuse • Food Network • Hong Kong Magazine wanted my photo of Old London Stock 18
  • 19. PARTNERS Addgene BioMed Central CAMBIA Hindawi iBridge MIT Open Courseware (”OCW”) Public Library of Science Rice Connexions The Health Commons
  • 20. Trade: Attention, Links, Buzz, Credibility, Collaboration • Linking practices and Value • Collaboration • Sharing Whuffie • Ethics • Implied Credibility
  • 21. Questions? 21