Tag Archives: Copyright & IP

Links to 15th May

Europe

EUObserver: Commission gives Paris a pass over piracy billhttp://tr.im/lmSs

French Senate Sets Up Three-Strikes Clash With Euro Parliament http://tr.im/lg3W

French Assembly Finally Approves Three-Strikes By Slim Majority | paidContent:UK http://tumblr.com/xle1rl3p1

Digital Britain #digitalbritain

UK Intellect response to Digital Rights Agency. Job done http://tr.im/lkgG

CNET iPlayer interview: Anthony Rose on bandwidth, iPhone, not P2P, Air, DRM http://tr.im/ljlU

Guardian, Rick Wray: that mobile broadband plan in full http://bit.ly/3F1s2

The question is not whether we are going to deploy new infrastructure; the question is “who will own it?”http://tr.im/ldy0

US research: Broadband policy: beyond privatization, competition and independent regulation http://tr.im/ldx9

C4/BBC world agreement ‘by 16 June’ http://tr.im/lddM

Report from the Independent Spectrum Broker published today http://tiny.cc/q2y3I

50% of off-peak traffic P2P. UK Film Council lobbies for disconnection http://tr.im/l9tc

ISPA response to creative industries call for filesharing disconnections http://tr.im/l9Gn

“UK ISPs refuse to play Internet copyright cops” http://tinyurl.com/rch9pm

Journalism

Charlie Beckett: Jarre ‘experiment on credibility of new media..indicates that online is better at correcting than MSM’http://is.gd/zfSf

PWC study says people will pay for news http://tr.im/l9JX

Community Funded Reporting: Spot Us 6 months onhttp://tr.im/lahC via @NiemanLab

Open Access, Creative Commons

Science Commons’ John Wilbanks podcast on Knowledge Interoperability http://tr.im/ln8o brilliant

Peter M-R: Trust in scientific publishing http://tr.im/ln3U scientific societies, Elsevier / Merck ‘journal’

A Copyright Story – http://bit.ly/9FuXT moral: scientists – don’t give up your copyright, it’s not necessary

Berkman Center lecture: David Bollier on Governing the Digital Commons http://tr.im/lhyX

New Bloomsbury science series [published under noncommercial creative commons licences] : http://bit.ly/fJrE2

Music, P2P

University league table: international ranking by copyright infringements http://tr.im/lfsU

P2P study: Music crackdown is bad for business – http://bit.ly/2AUsIT

FOI, Open Government

Guardian, Roger Smith: Protect the private and make transparent the public  http://bit.ly/Yrv3T

Justice Minister tells ZDNet UK: FoI to apply to private cos doing public sector work http://bit.ly/NBtav

Links to 11th May

Open Access, the Commons

Berkman Center lecture David Bollier, author of Viral Spiral: How Shall the Commons Be Governed? Challenges Facing the Digital Commons Sector http://bit.ly/OTzjd

Via Open Culture: Download 200+ free and top-notch university courses to your mp3 player or computer. http://bit.ly/4XS2T

Technology

Check out hyperwords Firefox extension. Like reliving your first hyperlink ‘this goes somewhere’ http://www.hyperwords.net/ intriguing team sharing possibilities.

Pachube: Building a Platform for Internet-Enabled Environments via Read Write Web http://tr.im/kUtM #dbuc09 #digitalbritain please note

Radio

Ofcom paper submitted to the #DigitalBritain project about the regulation of commercial radio: http://tr.im/l1uL

Check out Rhubarb Radio: like local radio, run by interesting people http://www.rhubarbradio.com/

Digital Britain

Six media bosses lobby Carter over copyright enforcement http://tr.im/l3qO

ISPReview: UK Broadband ISP Users Receive Less than HALF the Advertised Speed http://tr.im/l3me

OFCOM: UK’s most comprehensive consumer research lifts the lid on broadband speeds http://tr.im/l4S5

Write-up from Digital Britain Unconference Nottingham online http://bit.ly/pef86

Via Charlie Beckett: Recasting The Net: a national series of debates with Polis and C4 on Online Media http://is.gd/y0mb

Via K Corrick: what’s going on with #dbuc09 look at http://addictomatic.com/top… +http://addictomatic.com/top…

Journalism

Washington Post & Google in talks about a possible collaboration. Good summary of the current state-of-play for US newspapers  http://tr.im/l1jH

NYT:The American Press on Suicide Watch http://tr.im/kZeN  ‘in the end we will get what we pay for.’

Emily Bell:  Falmouth talk to journalism students http://bit.ly/zNfE2

Had a good time at #jeecamp. Thanks Paul Bradshaw for organising the event. Aggregated feeds http://journalismenterprise.com/jeecamp/

Transcripts of Senate hearing The Future of Journalism http://bitly.com/3wTss1

Copyright & IP

Economist debate: ‘This house believes that existing copyright laws do more harm than good.’ voting closes Wednesday 13th http://tr.im/l50V

Protecting Your Scholarship: Copyrights, Publication Agreements & Open Accesshttp://tinyurl.com/cj84kx [LIVE WEBCAST] Check back for archived stream.

IP watch: Copyright Exception for Legalising File-Sharing is Feasible http://tr.im/l1iU #EU#digitalbritain

“Panel: Public Domain Fosters Innovation, More Limitations & Exceptions Needed” http://tinyurl.com/r9ycye

“If you can’t buy it legally, of course you’ll download it” http://tinyurl.com/cf6jn4

Harvard Team Advocates for DRM Exemption at Copyright Office DMCA Hearing http://bit.ly/14ZdE7

“DMCA, Fair Use, Documentary Filmmakers and Remixers” http://tinyurl.com/cj3zya DMCA hearings testimony

The Economist Debates Copyright http://tinyurl.com/cudtpz