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Objectives:...

Objectives:
Comprehend copyright laws and regulations in relation to new media
Understand the dilemmas with censorship on the Internet
Think about what we consider to be publicly private

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You Tube Cult CCP You Tube Cult CCP Presentation Transcript

  • Culture Instructor: Matthew Ward Mentor: Dr. Lucas Hilderbrand UTeach Spring 2009
  • COPYRIGHT, CENSORSHIP AND PRIVACY
    • Objectives:
      • Comprehend copyright laws and regulations in relation to new media.
      • Understand the dilemmas with censorship on the Internet.
      • Think about what we consider to be publicly private.
  • LAZY SUNDAY
    • SNL Digital Short
        • http://www.hulu.com/watch/1397/saturday-night-live-snl-digital-short-lazy-sunday
      • Aired on December 17, 2005 on SNL
      • Starring Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg
    • Multiply versions; one viewed over 5 million times
    • NBC asked to remove it, YouTube agreed
      • “ We know how popular that video is, but YouTube respects the rights of copyright holders.”
    • October 2007, NBC along with News Corp. introduce Hulu.com
  • COPYRIGHT LAWS AND REGULATIONS
    • Copyright Infringement
      • Intellectual Property
      • Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
        • Illegal to attempt to break the copyright protection chips and codes, “antipiracy devices”
        • Internet service providers expected to remove sites that violate DMCA terms
          • Napster Case
  • YOUTOMB.COM
    • Research project by MIT Free Culture
        • http:// youtomb.mit.edu /
      • Tracks videos taken down from YouTube for alleged copyright violation
      • GOAL: Identify how YouTube recognizes potential copyright violations and aggregate mistakes made by algorithm
  • FILE-SHARING
    • MP3s (audio and video)
      • Near perfect digital copy made and stored on computer, then distribute to anyone (p2p)
      • Music/Film&TV industry’s fears of losing sales due to unauthorized copies
      • June 2005, U.S. Court of Appeals overturned FCC’s rule, “broadcast flag” provision
  • ETHICS AND STANDARDS
    • Vivendi
        • Negotiated licensing deals for music videos
          • Permission from record label
        • Lip-sync videos must obtain permission of publishers who represent the song’s writers; potential lawsuit
  • VIACOM VS. GOOGLE
    • November 13, 2006 – Google purchased YouTube.com for $1.65 billion in stock
    • March 13, 2007 – Viacom filed a lawsuit seeking $1 billion in damages
    • Countered under the “safe harbor” provision of DMCA
    • More conscientious toward copyright holders
      • Automated take-down tool
      • 10-minute limit on videos
      • User breaks rules 3 times, account cancelled
      • Anti-piracy software
        • “ Hashing”
        • “ Acoustic Fingerprints”
  • CENSORSHIP ON THE INTERNET
    • 1 ST Amendment Rights
      • Self-expression
    • Pornography
      • Challenge to locate and eliminate clips of explicit nature
        • Flagging
      • YouTube Policy
        • Flag questionable content
        • Not interested in being a site known for adult entertainment
          • PornoTube
          • XTube
        • No Users under 13
        • 13 to 17 encouraged to ask for parental guidance
          • Verification page
  • PRIVACY ISSUES
    • “ Star Wars Kid”
        • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HPPj6viIBmU
      • Added Star Wars music and lightsaber lights and sounds
      • Internet Meme
        • Television spoofs
      • July 2003, harassment lawsuit against family of students, which later reached an out-of-court settlement
    • “ Happy Slapping”
          • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLnC3CXze2A
        • Accomplice records the assault of an unsuspecting victim
        • Slapped
        • Being beaten
      • Perpetrators are usually young males
      • Attacker makes the assault look like play
  • RICHARDS SPEW RACIAL HATE
    • Michael Richards taped spewing racial epithets when African-American audience members heckled his performance
      • Viewed 470,000 times
      • Acknowledged his actions and subsequently apologized publicly
  • VIDEO ASSIGNMENT 1
    • Find a video that can easily be deemed as copyright infringement.
      • Questions to consider:
        • What is it a violation of the issue of intellectual privacy?
        • How did you come upon this video?
  • VIDEO ASSIGNMENT 2
    • Find a video that requires the user to verify their age before viewing the content.
      • Questions to consider:
        • What questionable material in the video requires the user to verify their age?
        • What are your thoughts on the simple age verification page?
  • VIDEO ASSIGNMENT 3
    • Find a video that violates a person’s privacy rights.
      • Questions to consider:
        • Are the subject’s personal rights and freedoms being violated?
        • What promoted the video to record them?
        • What purpose does it serve when broadcasted on the Internet?