Piracy: looking at IP in other ways

three articles in a week to remind us that we have to rethink IP because of the new technologies, the same way printing forced us to rethink IP. Interestingly enough, Sage publishers are conducting a survey online about open access journals: whether people are in favour of it and on which terms (free of charge or pay to publish type of model)

EU Digital Agenda Commissioner Admits That ‘Piracy’ Has Created The Market That Legislators Did Not“, TechDirt, 11 May 2010

Swedish Police Say Anti-Piracy Law Has Harmed Ability To Catch Criminals (TechDirt, 18 May 2010)

Does Intellectual Property Go Against Traditional Views Of Knowledge In India?“, TechDirt, 14 May 2010

About Audrey Guinchard

Senior Lecturer @ University of Essex (UK)
This entry was posted in EU policy, Offences - Piracy, Offences - Theft, Technology - neither good or bad but never neutral. Bookmark the permalink.

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