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Big copyright versus the people : how major content providers are destroying creativity and how to stop them
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Éditeur Cambridge University Press
Année 2018
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Big copyright versus the people : how major content providers are destroying creativity and how to stop them
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Description
1 vol. (IX-278 p.) : couv. ill.en coul. ; 23 cm
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Notes bibliogr. Index.
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Big copyright vs. the people
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Classification Dewey
346.04/82
Contenu
Capture ; The overconsumption problem ; The value of creativity ; Pressuring big copyright ; Ignoring big copyright ; Cooperating with big copyright
Résumé
"When the idea of copyright was enshrined in the Constitution it was intended to induce citizens to create. Today, however, copyright has morphed into a system that offers the bulk of its protection to a select number of major corporate content providers (or big copyright), which has turned us from a country of creators into one of consumers who spend, on average, ten hours each day on entertainment. [The author] examines our culture of overconsumption and shows not only how it leads to addiction, but also how it is unraveling important threads - of family, friendship, and community - in our society."--
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978-1-108-40159-3
1-108-40159-7
978-1-108-41555-2
1-108-41555-5
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