Grrrrr IP aw makes me mad Lots of egal "Ese In The Last Third Of The Book Changed My "in the third of the book Changed my in some fundamental ways greatly deepened refined my understanding of the contemporary IP aw practices scene Very useful This book was fine An obvious corrective to predominate ways of thinking about copyright overreaching ownership and icensing A good primer on the topic Makes me think about 2013 and fetishizing ownerships property etc on the one hand and the tacit and implied economic relations we are constantly already in and how entangled one "actually is The work each chapter actually ends with a reasonable call "is The work each chapter actually ends with a reasonable call arms for public comportment towards the assumption of fair use and public domain the aw prosecuting overreaching and egislation to reflect and better define copyright as an exception not the ruleFuck the man An important book for writers and other creative types to understand just what is fair use and how it is being crippled by arge corporations and other corrupt actors But it is also an important resource for The Unlikeliest Hero: The Story of Desmond T. Doss librarians and archivists of which I am one and everyone who reads. Intellectual propertyaw in the United States does not work well and it needs to be reformed but not for the reasons given by most critics The issue is not that intellectual property rights are too easily obtained too broad in scope and too ong in duration Rather the primary problem is overreaching by publishers producers artists and others who abuse intellectual property aw by claiming stronger rights than the aw actually gives them From copyfraud ike phony copyright notices attached to the US Cons. Listens to music watches movies in other words everyoneWritten by a aw professor the book is sometimes heavy on "legalistic arguments but it s mostly written in "arguments but it s mostly written in English with clear explanations of what is "Good And Bad In The Way Copyright "and bad in the way copyright patent BOSH!: The Cookbook: Simple Recipes. Amazing Food. All Plants. laws are applied The author argues for stronger enforcement of Fair Use and aevel playing field between users and copyright enforcers For example in our present system there are severe penalties for even minor copyright violations but virtually no risk in profiting from fraudulently claiming copyright in public domain worksThe author s proposed solutions seem a bit too idealistic for any realistic hope for success but I suppose we have to start somewhere If you really care about protecting your rights in using and not just buying and selling intellectual property you should read this book Mazzone thinks the real problem with copyright is that owners claim rights than they have and impede creative expression I don t think this angle gets discussed as often because it s easy to think of ways that people ignore copyright You might be able to get awa. Titution to Confessions of an Air Ambulance Doctor lawsuits designed to prevent people from poking fun at Barbie from controversies over digital sampling in hip hop to Major League Baseball's ubiuitous restriction on sharing any accounts and descriptions of this game overreaching claims of intellectual property rights are everywhereOverreaching interferes withegitimate uses and reproduction of a wide variety of works imposes enormous social and economic costs and ultimately undermines creative endeavors As this book reveals the solution is.
Jason Mazzone Þ 1 FREE DOWNLOADY with burning a cd for a friend but that independent documentary film maker is not able to invoke fair use on clips for their movie because the studios won t et anything out of "The Gate Without Explicit Permission "gate without explicit permission s cheaper and easier to cut out anything that could potentially ead to a awsuit even if it is completely within your rights under fair use since the risk of corporation wrath is so great Mazzone says the punishment for copyfraud should be greater since right now there s no incentive for copyright owners to overstep their "bounds Be warned ibraries and archives he does take issue with those institutions "Be warned Gökyüzü Mavi Kaldı libraries and archives he does take issue with those institutions claim copyright or fees for use of materials when they don t own the copyright or the materials are in the public domain It s aot easier to understand why archives might charge for commercial uses of materials since they are rarely a big bad corporation but it s our responsibility as a profession
to get a handle on what is actually egal Lost a star becauseget a handle on what is actually egal Lost a star because writing could have been a The Sun Shines Over the Sanggan River little better but it still held my attention on my sleepy commute Copyright is so interesting. Not to change the scope or content of intellectual property rights but to create mechanisms to prevent people asserting rights beyond those theyegitimately possessWhile there are many other books on intellectual property this is the first to examine overreaching as a distinct problem and to show how to solve it Jason Mazzone makes a series of timely proposals by which government organizations and ordinary people can stand up to creators and content providers when they seek to grab than the THIEME Atlas of Anatomy: Head and Neuroanatomy law gives th.