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Re: <nettime> the right to create
jeremy hunsinger on Thu, 4 Sep 2003 07:00:19 +0200 (CEST)

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Re: <nettime> the right to create

How should we revisit it?  given the recent microsoft drm announcement, 
and the current ipr law related to work for hire, most people in the 
u.s. own so little in comparison to the rest of the world, and soon 
that might become technologically enforced...  what can be done to make 
the fifth age an age of renewal maybe?
On Thursday, October 2, 2003, at 05:40  PM, Sandra Braman wrote:

> for those of you interested in the "right to tinker,"
> here's full text of a piece looking at a suite of
> cultural, political, and legal challenges to the
> "right to create" during the 4th stage of the
> information society (roughly 1990s-2001).  in
> this, the 5th stage, the topic could use revisiting
> .....
> http://www.uwm.edu/~braman/bramanpdfs/create.pdf

jeremy hunsinger
jhuns {AT} vt.edu
on the ibook

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