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Digital networks allow millions to vote with their mice against copyright law even as digitally global creative industries vote with their millions to uphold their control. In contrast Klein, Moss and Edwards call for a revitalized and deliberative democratic debate over the future of copyright. This clear, balanced and informative account of the current state of copyright in the digital age is itself a vital contribution to that debate.
The book gives an excellent overview of the fast developing field of research and policy-
Really useful for Digital Learning Design Learners and trainee teachers. Informative and helps prevent breaking the law!
Very interesting topics, well covered with fitting and clear examples.
Great to see the book start with a historical contextualisation of copyright law.
It should be a must for anyone, especially students, working on copyright issues on the Internet.
The book's topic is relevant to the topic "ethics of social network research / ethics ssues related to social networks". As such, I was looking for chapters that could be used, but the book is not network-oriented enough to be useful in this respect.
In my Creative Industries module in week 11 the topic will be 'Cultural Policy: Copyright, Property and Regulation' and this book will be an essential resource. I will be recommending sections of the book as essential reading.
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