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Begun, the IP Wars Have                10.20.2005February 2012
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WHAT HAPPENED?       5
“A well-resourced content group ofpeople completely got outmaneuveredby the guys in the basement.”- Drew Maloney, Ogilvy G...
THE TRACK RECORD   OF CONTENT     OWNERS       7
“[Cable will become] a huge parasite inthe marketplace, feeding and fatteningitself off of local television stations andco...
“[Some say] that the VCR is the greatestfriend that the American film producerever had. I say to you that the VCR is tothe ...
“These talking machines are going to ruin theartistic development of music in this country.When I was a boy…in front of ev...
“I started doing the Red Sox games in 1951. Weused three cameras to cover the entire game…Iwent to [owner] Tom Yawkey at t...
ACTACTEADMCAPIPASOPAETC  12
THE TRACK RECORDOF THE TECHNOLOGY     INDUSTRY        13
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OH, AND THE INTERNET         23
WHY CONFLICT      24
“Theres no one in the record company thats atechnologist. Thats a misconception writersmake all the time, that the record ...
WHAT HAPPENSWHEN THESE TRACKRECORDS CONFLICT        26
E.G. INTERNET RADIO                   27
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E.G. INTERNET MOVIES                    30
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THE INEVITABLECONSEQUENCE OF WEAPONIZED IP       32
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THREE PROBLEMS WITH IP TODAY      34
1. THE PATENT SYSTEM IS BROKEN               35
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2. COPYRIGHT IS TOO LONG            37
“Imagine youre a new parent at 30 years old andyouve just published a bestselling new novel.Under the current system, if y...
3. RIGHTSHOLDERS PREFER LOBBYING          TO ADAPTATION               39
SOURCE: VENTURE BEAT40
THE FIX?     41
“Heres a thought experiment: Everyone over age12 when YouTube launched in 2005 is now able tovote…“Remix culture is the ne...
YOU 43
Twitter: sogradyWeb: redmonk.com/sogradySlides:http://redmonk.com/public/ip.pdf                     44
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  1. 1. Begun, the IP Wars Have 10.20.2005February 2012
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  5. 5. WHAT HAPPENED? 5
  6. 6. “A well-resourced content group ofpeople completely got outmaneuveredby the guys in the basement.”- Drew Maloney, Ogilvy Government Relations 6
  7. 7. THE TRACK RECORD OF CONTENT OWNERS 7
  8. 8. “[Cable will become] a huge parasite inthe marketplace, feeding and fatteningitself off of local television stations andcopyright owners of copyrightedmaterial. We do not like it because wethink it wrong and unfair.”- Jack Valenti, MPAA Lobbyist 8
  9. 9. “[Some say] that the VCR is the greatestfriend that the American film producerever had. I say to you that the VCR is tothe American film producer and theAmerican public as the Boston strangleris to the woman home alone.”- Jack Valenti 9
  10. 10. “These talking machines are going to ruin theartistic development of music in this country.When I was a boy…in front of every house inthe summer evenings, you would find youngpeople together singing the songs of the dayor old songs. Today you hear these infernalmachines going night and day. We will nothave a vocal chord left. The vocal chord will beeliminated by a process of evolution, as wasthe tail of man when he came from the ape.”- John Philip Sousa 10
  11. 11. “I started doing the Red Sox games in 1951. Weused three cameras to cover the entire game…Iwent to [owner] Tom Yawkey at the end of theseason and said, ‘I think we could use a fourthcamera from centerfield to show the balls andstrikes. I think it would be a great addition.’“Yawkey surprised me. He didn’t want it. He saidthe television coverage would become too good.People would stay at home from the ballpark. Wedidn’t get it.”- Curt Gowdy, former Red Sox broadcaster 11
  12. 12. ACTACTEADMCAPIPASOPAETC 12
  13. 13. THE TRACK RECORDOF THE TECHNOLOGY INDUSTRY 13
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  23. 23. OH, AND THE INTERNET 23
  24. 24. WHY CONFLICT 24
  25. 25. “Theres no one in the record company thats atechnologist. Thats a misconception writersmake all the time, that the record industry missedthis. They didnt. They just didnt know what to do.Its like if you were suddenly asked to operate onyour dog to remove his kidney. What would youdo? We didnt know who to hire. I wouldnt beable to recognize a good technology person —anyone with a good bullshit story would havegotten past me.”- Doug Morris, Chairman and CEO, Universal Music 25
  26. 26. WHAT HAPPENSWHEN THESE TRACKRECORDS CONFLICT 26
  27. 27. E.G. INTERNET RADIO 27
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  30. 30. E.G. INTERNET MOVIES 30
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  32. 32. THE INEVITABLECONSEQUENCE OF WEAPONIZED IP 32
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  34. 34. THREE PROBLEMS WITH IP TODAY 34
  35. 35. 1. THE PATENT SYSTEM IS BROKEN 35
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  37. 37. 2. COPYRIGHT IS TOO LONG 37
  38. 38. “Imagine youre a new parent at 30 years old andyouve just published a bestselling new novel.Under the current system, if you lived to 70 yearsold and your descendants all had children at theage of 30, the copyright in your book – and thusthe proceeds – would provide for your children,grandchildren, great-grandchildren, and great-great-grandchildren.But what, I ask, about your great-great-great-grandchildren?”- Adrian Hon, “Eternal Copyright: a modest proposal” 38
  39. 39. 3. RIGHTSHOLDERS PREFER LOBBYING TO ADAPTATION 39
  40. 40. SOURCE: VENTURE BEAT40
  41. 41. THE FIX? 41
  42. 42. “Heres a thought experiment: Everyone over age12 when YouTube launched in 2005 is now able tovote…“Remix culture is the new Prohibition, withmassive media companies as the lone voicescalling for temperance. You can criminalizecommonplace activities from law-abiding people,but eventually, something has to give.”- Andy Baio, “No Copyright Intended” 42
  43. 43. YOU 43
  44. 44. Twitter: sogradyWeb: redmonk.com/sogradySlides:http://redmonk.com/public/ip.pdf 44
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