Month: July 2019

Collection 3

Intellectual Property and Its Offspring...

Creative Commons

I know the assignment instructions stated that a work for this course be licensed under Creative Commons. But considering Alaska’s current budget dilemma and associated fallout, I thought this digital story I created last semester was apropos and frighteningly prophetic. Molly Hootch Revisted by Deana M. Waters is licensed...

Get Productive

For this assignment, I started using Feedly to keep up with my classmates’ work. This tool is great to curate website posts, but I found I still need to visit the site to make a comment. Another downside is when the site is updated, the updates are not reflected...

Fair Use

Again, Abdulallah, Sam, Maureen and I worked together on the Fair Use assignment, even though we likely maxed out our collaborative assignments for this collection. Together we produced a slide show on Fair Use. Overall, I think our joint presentation adequately explains fair use and gives examples of how...

Collaborate (a little)

With Abdulallah, Sam and Maureen, we revised most of the original statement of the Small Group Factors list. Abdulallah led by organizing the group on Twitter and creating the shared document we worked from. As a group we decided who addressed which statement from the list. Most of our...

History and Future of Copyright

To see into the future of copyright, we must first look to the past. In Sony Corp. of America v. Universal City Studios, Inc., 464 U.S. 417 (1984), the main issue was whether Universal was entitled to damages due to Sony Betamax consumers recording some of Universal’s copyrighted works...

Intellectual Property

References Intellectual Property (Wikipedia) If Intellectual Property Is Neither Intellectual, Nor Property, What Is It? Kinsella’s “Against Intellectual Property” History suggests copyright crusade is a lost cause “I Was Devastated”: Tim Berners-Lee, the Man Who Created the World Wide Web, Has Some Regrets...
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