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  • 1. <free culture> OSCON July 24, 2002
  • 2. <refrain>
  • 3. 1. Creativity and innovation always builds on the past.
  • 4. 2. The past always tries to control the creativity that builds on it.
  • 5. 3. Free societies enable the future by limiting the past.
  • 6. 4. Ours is less and less a free society.
  • 7. </refrain>
  • 8. (1)
  • 9. 1774 Donaldson v. Beckett free culture born
  • 10. 1774 Donaldson v. Beckett free culture born
  • 11. 1774 Donaldson v. Beckett free culture born
  • 12. 1774 Donaldson v. Beckett free culture born
  • 13. 1710 Statute of Anne limited term 14 years
  • 14. 1710 Statute of Anne limited term 14 years
  • 15. 1710 Statute of Anne limited term 14 years
  • 16. 1710 Statute of Anne limited term 14 years
  • 17. 1740s Scottish publishers reprint classics
  • 18. 1740s Scottish publishers reprint classics
  • 19. 1740s Scottish publishers reprint classics
  • 20. London publishers: “copyright is forever”
  • 21. London publishers: “copyright is forever”
  • 22. [Sonny Bono: “forever minus a day”]
  • 23. London publishers: “copyright is forever”
  • 24. publishers
  • 25. “old patentees and monopolizers in the trade of bookselling, men who do not labour in an honest profession to learning is indetted.”
  • 26. “common law copyright”
  • 27. 1769 Millar v. Taylor publishers prevail
  • 28. 1769 Millar v. Taylor publishers prevail
  • 29. 1769 Millar v. Taylor publishers prevail
  • 30. 1774 Millar reversed
  • 31. 1774 Millar reversed
  • 32. Shakespeare free
  • 33. freed culture
  • 34. <refrain>
  • 35. 1. Creativity and innovation always builds on the past.
  • 36. 2. The past always tries to control the creativity that builds on it.
  • 37. 3. Free societies enable the future by limiting the past.
  • 38. 4. Ours is less and less a free society.
  • 39. </refrain>
  • 40. (2)
  • 41. 1790 unregulated creativity “printing” free derivatives 14 years
  • 42. 1790 unregulated creativity “printing” free derivatives 14 years
  • 43. 1790 unregulated creativity “printing” free derivatives 14 years
  • 44. 1790 unregulated creativity “printing” free derivatives 14 years
  • 45. 1790 unregulated creativity “printing” free derivatives 14 years
  • 46. 1790 free code transparent technology
  • 47. 1790 free code transparent technology
  • 48. 1790 free code transparent technology
  • 49. control
  • 50. control
  • 51. not just then
  • 52. 1928 Walt Disney Steamboat Willie Steamboat Bill., Jr.
  • 53. 1928 Walt Disney Steamboat Willie Steamboat Bill., Jr.
  • 54. Q u ickTime ™ a n d a Vid e o Fo r ma t cvid d e co mp r e sso r a r e n e e d e d to se e th is p ictu r e .
  • 55. 1928 Walt Disney Steamboat Willie Steamboat Bill., Jr.
  • 56. 1928 Walt Disney Steamboat Willie Steamboat Bill, Jr.
  • 57. “always parroting the feature length mainstream films”
  • 58. commons
  • 59. lawyer
  • 60. lawyer
  • 61. “limited Times”
  • 62. 1790 “fourteen years” maybe x2
  • 63. to 42 (1831)
  • 64. 56 (1909)
  • 65. 59 (1962)
  • 66. 61 (1965)
  • 67. 63 (1967)
  • 68. 64 (1968)
  • 69. 65 (1969)
  • 70. 66 (1970)
  • 71. 67 (1971)
  • 72. 68 (1972)
  • 73. 70 (1974)
  • 74. 75 (1976)
  • 75. 95 (1998)
  • 76. Sonny Bono Copyright Term Extension Act
  • 77. aka
  • 78. Mickey Mouse Protection Act
  • 79. No one can do to Disney, Inc. what Walt Disney did to the Brothers Grimm
  • 80. <refrain>
  • 81. 1. Creativity and innovation always builds on the past.
  • 82. 2. The past always tries to control the creativity that builds on it.
  • 83. 3. Free societies enable the future by limiting the past.
  • 84. 4. Ours is less and less a free society.
  • 85. </refrain>
  • 86. (3)
  • 87. different now
  • 88. 2002 regulated creativity
  • 89. 2002 regulated creativity
  • 90. law:
  • 91. ©
  • 92. ©
  • 93. ©
  • 94. ©
  • 95. ©
  • 96. “publishing” to “copying”
  • 97. “copies” to “derivative works”
  • 98. “14 years” to “life+70”
  • 99. technology:
  • 100. opaque creativity
  • 101. controlling uses
  • 102. law + technology:
  • 103. law regulates “copies”
  • 104. uses
  • 105. unregulated
  • 106. unregulated read
  • 107. unregulated read give
  • 108. unregulated read give sell
  • 109. unregulated read give sell sleep
  • 110. unregulated ©
  • 111. unregulated publish ©
  • 112. unregulated ©
  • 113. unregulated © fair use
  • 114. unregulated © quote
  • 115. uses
  • 116. uses • unregulated • regulated • ©
  • 117. uses • unregulated • regulated • ©
  • 118. uses • unregulated • fair use • ©
  • 119. uses 1. unregulated 2. fair use 3. ©
  • 120. enter the net
  • 121. every acts a copy
  • 122. every act’s a copy
  • 123. every act’s a copy
  • 124. unregulated uses
  • 125. regulated
  • 126. ©
  • 127. uses 1. unregulated 2. fair use 3. ©
  • 128. <del> “fair use”
  • 129. QuickT i m e™ and a Sorenson Video decom pressor are needed to see thi s picture.
  • 130. <http://aibopet.com> “teach your Aibo jazz”
  • 131. “[Y]our site contains information providing the means to circumvent AIBO-ware's copy protection protocol constituting a violation of the anti- circumvention provisions of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.”
  • 132. uses 1. unregulated 2. fair use 3. ©
  • 133. uses ©
  • 134. controlled creativity
  • 135. never more controlled
  • 136. term scope concentration
  • 137. term scope concentration
  • 138. term scope concentration
  • 139. never fewer more
  • 140. never fewer more
  • 141. never fewer more
  • 142. 1773
  • 143. control
  • 144. <refrain>
  • 145. 1. Creativity and innovation always builds on the past.
  • 146. 2. The past always tries to control the creativity that builds on it.
  • 147. 3. Free societies enable the future by limiting the past.
  • 148. 4. Ours is less and less a free society.
  • 149. </refrain>
  • 150. (4)
  • 151. you
  • 152. gnu
  • 153. transparent creativity
  • 154. free sharing
  • 155. common base
  • 156. create like it’s 1790
  • 157. proprietary v. free
  • 158. proprietary v. free
  • 159. for now
  • 160. <refrain>
  • 161. 1. Creativity and innovation always builds on the past.
  • 162. 2. The past always tries to control the creativity that builds on it.
  • 163. 3. Free societies enable the future by limiting the past.
  • 164. 4. Ours is less and less a free society.
  • 165. </refrain>
  • 166. (5)
  • 167. free code threatens
  • 168. threats to free code
  • 169. item: sw patents
  • 170. Mr. Gates on sw patents:
  • 171. If people had understood how patents would be granted when most of today’s ideas were invented and had taken out patents, the industry would be at a complete stand-still today.
  • 172. The solution . . . is patenting as much as we can. . . . A future start- up with no patents of its own will be forced to pay whatever price the giants choose to impose. That price might be high: Established companies have an interest in excluding future competitors.
  • 173. The solution . . . is patenting as much as we can. . . . A future start- up with no patents of its own will be forced to pay whatever price the giants choose to impose. That price might be high: Established companies have an interest in excluding future competitors.
  • 174. Established companies have an interest in excluding future competitors.
  • 175. 4 years
  • 176. tiny changes
  • 177. tim changes
  • 178. q. todd changes
  • 179. apologists
  • 180. what have you done?
  • 181. “excluding future competitors”
  • 182. defensive
  • 183. offensive
  • 184. what have you done?
  • 185. item: copyright wars
  • 186. homeric tragedy
  • 187. $25,000
  • 188. insane rules whole world
  • 189. insane rules for the whole world
  • 190. broadcast flag
  • 191. mandated fritz chips
  • 192. “police state in every computer”
  • 193. digital vigilantes
  • 194. “a terrorist war”
  • 195. for what?
  • 196. “to stop the harm”
  • 197. the harm: 5x -5%
  • 198. the harm: 5x -5%
  • 199. the harm: 5x -5%
  • 200. what have you done?
  • 201. <refrain>
  • 202. 1. Creativity and innovation always builds on the past.
  • 203. 2. The past always tries to control the creativity that builds on it.
  • 204. 3. Free societies enable the future by limiting the past.
  • 205. 4. Ours is less and less a free society.
  • 206. </refrain>
  • 207. (6)
  • 208. JC Watts
  • 209. “If you’re explaining, you’re losing.” JC Watts
  • 210. 6 years
  • 211. what have you done?
  • 212. Boucher Cannon Hank Perritt
  • 213. eff.org
  • 214. do something