Is There A Solution to Copyright and Remix Culture<br />
Technological Fix<br />©Solving a problem using Technology.<br />DRM (digital rights management) has helped record compani...
ITUNES : DRM<br />When you buy a song, video, iPod Game, or album from the iTunes Store, you are entitled to download it o...
ITUNES : DRM<br /> ITunes Plus offers DRM free tracks for a higher price of 99p <br />This means  you can play your music ...
Solutions: ‘Three Strikes’ Copyright Law Proposal<br /><ul><li>A proposed law that suggests that after an offender has com...
Proposed by politican Peter Mandleson
An issue being debated about in UK, France, US
User(s) will be exempt from Internet interaction for up to a year
‘interaction’ would refer to both producing and consuming pages of the Internet</li></li></ul><li>Possible disadvantages o...
Advantages of ‘three strikes’ rule<br />‘Neutralizes’ the net<br />Everyone owns their own work<br />Given ‘plenty of chan...
Digital Britain Report<br /><ul><li>The Digital Britain Report is the Government’s strategic plan that outlines the ways i...
Some of the key points of the report:
Legal and regulatory attack on piracy
National anti-copying scheme to reduce online infringement
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  1. 1. Is There A Solution to Copyright and Remix Culture<br />
  2. 2. Technological Fix<br />©Solving a problem using Technology.<br />DRM (digital rights management) has helped record companies fight illegal downloads.<br />Bandwidth Throttlingis the limiting (&quot;throttle&quot;) the quantity of data it transmitted or accepted within a specified period of time.<br />
  3. 3. ITUNES : DRM<br />When you buy a song, video, iPod Game, or album from the iTunes Store, you are entitled to download it only once.<br />You can copy downloaded content between authorized computers if they have DRM on the music tracks.<br />ITunes only allows there to be 5 authorized accounts on a single account.<br />
  4. 4. ITUNES : DRM<br /> ITunes Plus offers DRM free tracks for a higher price of 99p <br />This means you can play your music on as many computers as you want you are not limited to just the one as they have no DRM.<br />
  5. 5. Solutions: ‘Three Strikes’ Copyright Law Proposal<br /><ul><li>A proposed law that suggests that after an offender has committed an act of copyright for the third time in a row they will be cut off from the Internet
  6. 6. Proposed by politican Peter Mandleson
  7. 7. An issue being debated about in UK, France, US
  8. 8. User(s) will be exempt from Internet interaction for up to a year
  9. 9. ‘interaction’ would refer to both producing and consuming pages of the Internet</li></li></ul><li>Possible disadvantages of ‘three strikes’ rule<br />Entire household banned from internet by one member<br />Offenders reoffending with different web providers<br />How to track users who abuse copyright?<br />List of offenders available to who?<br />Violating the Data Protection Act?<br />Ban can disrupt careers, education for user(s)<br />Prevents remix culture<br />
  10. 10. Advantages of ‘three strikes’ rule<br />‘Neutralizes’ the net<br />Everyone owns their own work<br />Given ‘plenty of chance’ to change ways<br />Internet garbage is reduced<br />
  11. 11. Digital Britain Report<br /><ul><li>The Digital Britain Report is the Government’s strategic plan that outlines the ways in which they will deal with online piracy, extend broadband internet access and better regulate digital broadcasting.
  12. 12. Some of the key points of the report:
  13. 13. Legal and regulatory attack on piracy
  14. 14. National anti-copying scheme to reduce online infringement
  15. 15. Scheme to prevent illegal remixing and other creative uses</li></li></ul><li>Reducing illegal file sharing<br /><ul><li>The report states the ways in which the Government aims to reduce illegal file sharing:
  16. 16. Notify alleged infringers (with proof from right holders) that their conduct is illegal
  17. 17. Gather information on repeat infringers and make it available to rights-holders along with personal details on receipt of a court order
  18. 18. Other ways to prevent, deter or reduce online copyright infringement are:
  19. 19. Blocking (Site,IP,URL)
  20. 20. Protocol blocking
  21. 21. Port blocking
  22. 22. Bandwith capping (capping the speed of a subscriber’s internet connection and capping the volume of data traffic accessable by the suscriber
  23. 23. Content identification and filtering.</li></li></ul><li>Altering the already existing laws in place.<br />By doing this the creator of the work has the availability to customize their own copyright legislation per work and dependent on both the users and their own use. <br />
  24. 24. WORK TOGETHER?<br />Creative Commons is a nonprofit organization<br />We work to increase the amount of creativity (cultural, educational, and scientific content) in “the commons” — the body of work that is available to the public for free and legal sharing, use, repurposing, and remixing. <br />
  25. 25. Creative commons is important as it allows the users not only to download content but then depending on the copyright.. remix, mash-up, re-edit, recycle or distribute it. <br />Your photograph or song could be circulating around the U.S.A. like wildfire, with neither party fearing serious legality issues and pressure of prosecution. Or only having a limited use of the download (DRM) <br />Surely this is vastly enhancing vibrant world we live in. <br />
  26. 26. Its as easy as uploading a photograph on facebook or a song on myspace, the difference being that you the producer decide upon the terms of use. No Publisher or Lawyer needed. <br />
  27. 27. The future of sites such as Creative Commons depends entirely on its content, the deeper the pool of information the greater the volume and depth of downloading will be. In turn the regurgitation of the material only adds to this to be used again in the future. <br />

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