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  • 1. peter black [email_address] http://www.freedomtodiffer.com/
  • 2. law 2.0 the challenge of user-generated and peer-produced networks, content and culture
  • 3.
    • transformed
  • 4.
    • communication
  • 5.
    • education
  • 6.
    • government
  • 7.
    • media
  • 8.
    • business
  • 9.
    • culture
  • 10.
    • web 2.0
  • 11.
    • physical + virtual
  • 12.
    • the law lags behind
  • 13.
    • almost always
  • 14.
    • changing circumstances
  • 15.
    • change circumstances
  • 16.
    • challenge
  • 17.
    • new cultural paradigm
  • 18.
    • innovation
  • 19.
    • define, create, use and re-use information
  • 20.
    • web 2.0
  • 21.
    • copyright
    • defamation
    • privacy
  • 22.
    • intermediary
  • 23.
    • new law
    • law 2.0
  • 24.
    • <1> web 2.0
  • 25.
    • second generation
  • 26.
    • interactivity
  • 27.
    • upload + download
  • 28.
    • ‘ participatory web’
  • 29. web 2.0 landscape
    • prepared ross dawson, chairman of future exploration network and licensed under a creative commons attribution-share alike version 2.5 license
  • 30.
    • broadband
  • 31.
    • 91%
  • 32.
    • web 1.0 = dial up
    • web 2.0 = 1 megabit of bandwidth
    • web 3.0 = 10 megabits of bandwidth
  • 33.
    • youtube
  • 34. web 2.0: the machine is us/ing us by michael wesch licensed under a creative commons attribution-noncommercial-share alike 3.0 license http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLlGopyXT_g
  • 35.
    • we need to rethink a few things
  • 36.
    • <2> the law of information
  • 37.
    • tension
  • 38.  
  • 39.
    • <a> copyright
  • 40.
    • lag behind digital culture
  • 41.
    • preserve business models
  • 42.
    • different
  • 43.
    • incompatible
  • 44.
    • remix
  • 45.
    • free
  • 46.
    • non-commercial
  • 47.
    • remix without technology
    • does not copy
  • 48.
    • digital age
    • web 2.0 world
  • 49.
    • remix it with copying
  • 50.
    • cultural remix
  • 51.
    • mashup
  • 52.
    • ‘ remix culture’
  • 53.
    • amateur creators
  • 54.
    • a right to mashup
    • + remix material
  • 55.
    • challenge
  • 56.
    • from the past
    • to create
    • the future
  • 57.
    • prevent
    • or
    • change?
  • 58.
    • culture of creativity + innovation
  • 59. free culture
    • licensed under a creative commons attribution-share alike version 1.0 license
  • 60.
    • remix is unlawful
  • 61.
    • presumptively illegal
  • 62.
    • some examples
  • 63. the grey album
  • 64. the grey video downloaded from youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zJqihkLcGc
  • 65.
    • presumptively illegal
  • 66. dean gay presents american edit
  • 67.
    • new generation
  • 68.
    • anything wrong?
  • 69.
    • robbed?
  • 70.
    • ripped off?
  • 71.
    • bad thing?
  • 72.
    • value?
  • 73.
    • power to remix
  • 74. jibjab ’ s ‘ this land ’ downloaded from youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8Q-sRdV7SY
  • 75.
    • http://jibjab.com/
  • 76.
    • anyone
  • 77. piracy ad downloaded from youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fr-vvKOB0lk
  • 78.
    • hugh atkin
    • http://hmatkin.blogspot.com/
  • 79.
    • fair dealing
    • fair use
  • 80.
    • problem
  • 81.
    • starting point
  • 82.
    • unlawful
  • 83.
    • not punish ordinary use
  • 84.
    • remix is ordinary use
  • 85.
    • especially for digital natives
  • 86.
    • change
  • 87.
    • remix rights
  • 88. creative commons
    • downloaded from http://creativecommons.org/presskit
  • 89.
    • ‘ this is a battle over creativity, do we want a world where the law criminalizes that?’
  • 90.
    • <b> defamation
  • 91.
    • always
  • 92.
    • different
  • 93.
    • two fundamental ways
  • 94.
    • world at large
  • 95.
    • we are all publishers
    • + broadcasters now
  • 96.
    • record
  • 97.
    • searchable
  • 98.
    • anonymity
    • jurisdictional difficulties
    • hard + expensive
  • 99.
    • new cultural norms
  • 100.
    • new way
  • 101.
    • on the internet
  • 102.
    • pre-emptive
  • 103.
    • digital footprint
  • 104.
    • free speech
  • 105. count the lies
    • screen capture of http://www.mccainpedia.org/index.php/Count_the_Lies
  • 106.
    • notice + takedown
  • 107.
    • netiquette
  • 108.
    • reflect
  • 109.
    • codifying
  • 110.
    • immunity
  • 111.
    • <c> privacy
  • 112.
    • digital natives
  • 113.
    • analogue refugees
  • 114.
    • different conception
  • 115.
    • new digital paparazzi
  • 116.
    • don ’t have to be a celebrity
  • 117.
    • mobile phone camera
  • 118.
    • your own digital paparazzi
  • 119. stephanie rice
    • downloaded from Somebody Think of the Children
    • http://www.somebodythinkofthechildren.com/officer-please-stephanie-rice-facebook-shots-too-hot-for-swimming-australia/
  • 120.
    • digital world
  • 121.
    • completely comfortable
  • 122.
    • strange + confronting world
  • 123.
    • real world
  • 124.
    • share
  • 125.
    • personal/private
  • 126.
    • think back …
  • 127.
    • challenge
  • 128.
    • what is private?
  • 129.
    • flexible, permission based
  • 130.
    • control
    • what we disclose + to whom
  • 131.
    • <3> intermediaries
  • 132.
    • provider of web 2.0 platforms
  • 133. web 2.0 landscape
    • prepared ross dawson, chairman of future exploration network and licensed under a creative commons attribution-share alike version 2.5 license
  • 134.
    • easier to identify
    • deeper pockets
  • 135.
    • intermediaries should not be liable
    • for the online actions of their users
  • 136.
    • too many users
    • too much content
  • 137.
    • encouraging internet innovation
  • 138.
    • perverse incentive
  • 139.
    • co-regulation
  • 140.
    • general immunity
    • with system of self-regulation
  • 141.
    • notice
    • 2. logging
    • 3. take down procedure
  • 142.
    • balance
  • 143.
    • antecedents in existing legal frameworks
  • 144.
    • <4> the way forward
  • 145.
    • promotes creativity
  • 146.
    • doesn ’t criminalise ordinary use
    • doesn ’t penalise innovation
  • 147.
    • new law
  • 148.
    • law 2.0
  • 149. peter black [email_address] http://www.freedomtodiffer.com/