Author: Patricia AufderheidePublish On: 2018-04-27
How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, Second Edition Patricia Aufderheide, Peter Jaszi ... No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission, except in the case of brief quotations in ...
Author: Patricia Aufderheide
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
In the increasingly complex and combative arena of copyright in the digital age, record companies sue college students over peer-to-peer music sharing, YouTube removes home movies because of a song playing in the background, and filmmakers are denied a distribution deal when a permissions i proves undottable. Analyzing the dampening effect that copyright law can have on scholarship and creativity, Patricia Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi urge us to embrace in response a principle embedded in copyright law itself—fair use. Originally published in 2011, Reclaiming Fair Use challenged the widely held notion that copyright law is obsolete in an age of digital technologies. Beginning with a survey of the contemporary landscape of copyright law, Aufderheide and Jaszi drew on their years of experience advising documentary filmmakers, English teachers, performing arts scholars, and other creative professionals to lay out in detail how the principles of fair-use can be employed to avoid copyright violation. Taking stock of the vibrant remix culture that has only burgeoned since the book’s original publication, this new edition addresses the expanded reach of fair use—tracking the Twitter hashtag #WTFU (where’s the fair use?), the maturing of the transformativeness measure in legal disputes, the ongoing fight against automatic detection software, and the progress and delays of digitization initiatives around the country. Full of no-nonsense advice and practical examples, Reclaiming Fair Use remains essential reading for anyone interested in law, creativity, and the ever-broadening realm of new media.
The Long Twentieth Century: Money, Power and the Origins of Our Times. London: Verso, 1994. ———. ... The Empire Writes Back: Theory and Practice in Postcolonial Literatures. ... Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright.
Author: Bruce Burgett
Publisher: NYU Press
Category: Literary Criticism
The latest vocabulary of key terms in American Studies Since its initial publication, scholars and students alike have turned to Keywords for American Cultural Studies as an invaluable resource for understanding key terms and debates in the fields of American studies and cultural studies. As scholarship has continued to evolve, this revised and expanded second edition offers indispensable meditations on new and developing concepts used in American studies, cultural studies, and beyond. It is equally useful for college students who are trying to understand what their teachers are talking about, for general readers who want to know what’s new in scholarly research, and for professors who just want to keep up. Designed as a print-digital hybrid publication, Keywords collects more than 90 essays30 of which are new to this edition—from interdisciplinary scholars, each on a single term such as “America,” “culture,” “law,” and “religion.” Alongside “community,” “prison,” "queer," “region,” and many others, these words are the nodal points in many of today’s most dynamic and vexed discussions of political and social life, both inside and outside of the academy. The Keywords website, which features 33 essays, provides pedagogical tools that engage the entirety of the book, both in print and online. The publication brings together essays by scholars working in literary studies and political economy, cultural anthropology and ethnic studies, African American history and performance studies, gender studies and political theory. Some entries are explicitly argumentative; others are more descriptive. All are clear, challenging, and critically engaged. As a whole, Keywords for American Cultural Studies provides an accessible A-to-Z survey of prevailing academic buzzwords and a flexible tool for carving out new areas of inquiry.
... Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, 1st edition (Chicago, IL: University Of Chicago Press, 2011). ... 11 Sam Williams and 2nd edition revisions by Richard Stallman, Free as in Freedom, 2nd edition (Boston, ...
Author: Eduardo Navas
Category: Social Science
In this comprehensive and highly interdisciplinary companion, contributors reflect on remix across the broad spectrum of media and culture, with each chapter offering in-depth reflections on the relationship between remix studies and the digital humanities. The anthology is organized into sections that explore remix studies and digital humanities in relation to topics such as archives, artificial intelligence, cinema, epistemology, gaming, generative art, hacking, pedagogy, sound, and VR, among other subjects of study. Selected chapters focus on practice-based projects produced by artists, designers, remix studies scholars, and digital humanists. With this mix of practical and theoretical chapters, editors Navas, Gallagher, and burrough offer a tapestry of critical reflection on the contemporary cultural and political implications of remix studies and the digital humanities, functioning as an ideal reference manual to these evolving areas of study across the arts, humanities, and social sciences. This book will be of particular interest to students and scholars of digital humanities, remix studies, media arts, information studies, interactive arts and technology, and digital media studies.
In her edited collection Copyright in an Age of Limitations and Exceptions, Professor Ruth Okediji from Harvard Law School ... Patricia Aufderheide and Peter Jaszi, Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, 2nd Edition, ...
Author: Matthew Rimmer
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
This book considers the impact of the Trans-Pacific Partnership [TPP] on intellectual property and trade. The book focuses upon the debate over copyright law, intermediary liability, and technological protection measures. The text examines the negotiations over trade mark law, cybersquatting, geographical indications and the plain packaging of tobacco products. It explores the debate over patent law and access to essential medicines, data protection and biologics, and the protection of trade secrets. In addition, the book investigates the treatment of Indigenous intellectual property, access to genetic resources, and plant breeders’ rights.
Aufderheide, P. and Jaszi, P. (2018) Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, 2nd edition. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press. Buskirk, M. (2022) Is It Ours? Art, Copyright, and Public.
Author: Catherine Dawson
Category: Business & Economics
This practical, user-friendly guide consists of 100 original activities that have been designed to inspire and support educators of research ethics and integrity at undergraduate and postgraduate level. Focussing on eight key areas, activities include: • Respecting human dignity, privacy and rights • Obtaining informed consent in the digital world • Capturing data on sexual orientation and gender identity • Recognizing and addressing bias when collecting data • Creating social change through research practice • Assessing the ethical implications of data sharing. Complete with detailed teaching notes and downloadable student handouts, as well as guidance on the type and level of each activity, 100 Activities for Teaching Research Ethics and Integrity is an essential resource for both online and face-to-face teaching.
Author: Sheila Curran BernardPublish On: 2020-04-28
A Filmmaker's Guide to Finding, Using, and Licensing Third-Party Visuals and Music Sheila Curran Bernard, Kenn Rabin ... Patricia Aufderheide's and Peter Jaszi's Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright, 2nd edition, ...
Author: Sheila Curran Bernard
Category: Performing Arts
Fully revised and updated, Archival Storytelling second edition is a timely, pragmatic look at the use of audiovisual materials available to filmmakers and scholars, from the earliest photographs of the 19th century to the work of media makers today. Whether you’re a top Hollywood filmmaker or a first-time documentarian, at some point you are going to want to find, use, and license third-party materials—images, audio, or music that you yourself did not create—to use them in your work. This book explains what’s involved in researching and licensing visuals and music, and exactly what media makers need to know when filming in a world crowded with rights-protected images and sounds. Filled with insights from filmmakers, archivists, and intellectual property experts, this second edition defines key terms such as copyright, fair use, public domain, and orphan works. It guides readers through the complex archival process and challenges them to become not only archival users but also archival and copyright activists. This book is an essential resource for both students and professionals, from seasoned filmmakers to those creating their first projects, offering practical advice for how to effectively and ethically draw on the wealth of cultural materials that surround us.
Aufderheide P and Jaszi P, Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright (2nd ed., University of Chicago Press 2018). Austin J F, Proust, Pastiche and the Postmodern or Why Style Matters (Bucknell University Press 2013).
Author: Tanya Aplin
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Examining a neglected aspect of international copyright law, this book highlights the obligation on nations to maintain broad copyright exceptions.
In Search of a Balance Between Flexibility and Legal Certainty Tito Rendas ... Patricia & Jaszi, Peter (2018), Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright (2nd ed., University of Chicago Press) Azoulai, Loïc (2012), ...
Author: Tito Rendas
Publisher: Kluwer Law International B.V.
Information Law Series Volume 45 In a copyright system characterised by broad and long-lasting exclusive rights, exceptions provide a vital counterweight, especially in times of rampant technological change. The EU’s controversial InfoSoc Directive – now two decades old – lists exceptions in which an unauthorised user will not have infringed the rightholder’s copyright. To reform or not to reform this legal framework – that is the question considered in great depth in this book, providing detailed theoretical and normative analysis of the Directive, the national and CJEU case law arising from it, and meticulously thought-out proposals for change. By breaking down the concepts of ‘flexibility’ and ‘legal certainty’ into a set of policy objectives and assessment criteria, the author thoroughly examines such core aspects of the framework as the following: the justifications for exceptions, e.g., safeguarding the fundamental rights of users; the regimes established in legislation and case law for key exceptions; the need to promote technological development; the importance of avoiding re-fragmentation caused by uncoordinated national legislative responses to technological changes; the legal status of digital technologies that rely on unauthorised uses of copyright-protected works; and the pros and cons of importing a fair use standard modelled after that of the United States. In an invaluable concluding chapter, the author puts forward a set of reform proposals, articulating their advantages and responding to potential objections. In doing so, the chapter also identifies, synthesises and critically examines the various proposals that have been advanced in the academic literature. In its decisive contribution to the debate around the InfoSoc Directive and the rules that guide its implementation, interpretation, and application, this book isolates the contentious structural features of the framework and examines them in a critical fashion. The author’s systematised review of scholarly and policymaking proposals for increasing flexibility and legal certainty in EU copyright law will be welcomed by practitioners in intellectual property law and other areas of economic law, as well as by interested policymakers and scholars.
2018. Reclaiming Fair Use: How to Put Balance Back in Copyright. 2nd ed. Chicago: Chicago University Press, Aufderheide, Patricia, Brandon Butler, Krista Cox, and Peter Jaszi. 2019. Code of Best Practices in Fair Use for Software ...
Author: Jessica Coates
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
Information is a critical resource for personal, economic and social development. Libraries and archives are the primary access point to information for individuals and communities with much of the information protected by copyright or licence terms. In this complex legal environment, librarians and information professionals operate at the fulcrum of copyright’s balance, ensuring understanding of and compliance with copyright legislation and enabling access to knowledge in the pursuit of research, education and innovation. This book, produced on behalf of the IFLA Copyright and other Legal Matters (CLM) Advisory Committee, provides basic and advanced information about copyright, outlines limitations and exceptions, discusses communicating with users and highlights emerging copyright issues. The chapters note the significance of the topic; describe salient points of the law and legal concepts; present selected comparisons of approaches around the world; highlight opportunities for reform and advocacy; and help libraries and librarians find their way through the copyright maze.