The ever extending life of copyright coverage
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In the US, movies could become free to purchase only 28 years after release in the 1920's. Today, because of copyright extensions in 1978 and 1998, everything released after 1923 only becomes free in 2018. http://www.reddit.com/r/movies/comments/34mfcz/til_in_the_1920s_movies_could_become_free_to/
Copyright law of the United States - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Copyright Term Extension Act - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Copyright term is excessive.
How Copyright Makes Culture Disappear | Techdirt - When will the copyright term finally become Life of God + 70 years? [2015-0102]
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Bureau of Economic Analysis shows why copyright terms should be greatly diminished
"Can I Use That Picture? Terms, Laws and Ethics for Using Copyrighted Images"
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Can I Use that Picture? The Terms, Laws, & Ethics for Using Copyrighted Images - Nice reminder of what you can/cannot use #Inforgraphic #thevisualcommunicationguy @CurtisNewbold1
The Terms, Laws, and Ethics for Using Copyrighted Images on Social Media - #infographic | Digital Information World
Can I Use that Picture? Infographic | Knowing the copyright laws for using images can be a bit tricky. Follow this series of questions to know if you can use a picture for your purposes or not. - See more at: http://visual.ly/can-i-use-picture#sthash.WlzYr2mv.dpuf
Can I Use that Picture? Infographic Knowing the copyright laws for using images can be a bit tricky. Follow this series of questions to know if you can use a picture for your purposes or not.
Can I Use that Picture? The Terms, Laws, and Ethics for Using Copyrighted Images on #socialmedia #infographic
Can I Use that Picture? The Terms, Laws, and Ethics for Using Copyrighted Images on #socialmedia #infographic - this infographic can be enlarged on the site to make it easier to read.
Can I Use that Picture? The Terms, Laws, and Ethics for Using Copyrighted Images by http://thevisualcommunicationguy.com
Can I Use that Picture? Infographic The Terms, Laws, and Ethics for Using Copyrighted Images
Can I Use that Picture? Copyright info for people who share pictures | Visual.ly
More copyright myths - 5 Ways Your Website is Breaching Internet Copyright Laws
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5 Myths about Internet Copyright Infringement. Hmmm... For more detail, see Legal123.com's 'Internet Copyright Infringement' page http://legal123.com.au/how-to-guide/copyright-infringement-myths-vs-facts-infographic/ #copyright
Copyright Infringement: 5 myths vs. facts. Food for thought, although I think the description of "Fair Use" is inaccurate.
5 myths vs. facts about internet copyright infringement. http://fleetheratrace.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/5-spam-free-steps-to-use-linkedin.html
If you think you can freely use anything you find on the Internet, check out this #infographic #copyright
A student's basic guide to copyright, creative commons and public domain
Internet copyright infringement: 5 myths vs facts. #infographic #facts
5 Ways Your Website is Breaching Internet #CopyrightLaws
myths & facts = great infographic idea
A photographer owns copyright in the photo the photographer took. Therefore, shouldn't the monkey who took the photo own copyright in her/his photo? (Does an elephant own copyright in the elephant art s/he painted?) - "Wikimedia Won't Take Down This Photo Because a Monkey Took It"
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Wikimedia Won't Take Down This Photo Because a Monkey Took It. Animal Selfies, the next frontier!
Wikimedia Won't Take Down This Photo Because a Monkey Owns the Copyright
Copyright Flowchart: Can I Use It? Yes? No? If This… Then… (fantastic infographic): langwitches.org/...
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Discovered this awesome copyright flow chart this morning thanks to my Tech & Learning newsletter. I thought I’d link to it here f...
Here is a great business info-graph on copyright. Copyright laws are confusing for lawyers much less business students. This is a great graphic for getting the big picture on copyright.
Copyright in Education Infographic- We need to be modeling this to our students so we can show them we place importance on protecting copyright.
The You Want to Know About #Copyright in #Education #Infographic | Daring Ed Tech | Scoop.it
A Wonderful Copyright Flowchart for Your Class ~ Educational Technology and Mobile Learning
Brush up on Copyright laws: Flowchart for Students. #copyright #Infographic #fb #in
Educational Technology Infographics http://ai2020.com
Copyright in Education Infographic
U.S. Copyright Act 1976 - 17 USC, Section 107: Fair Use factors. This is the best part of the Copyright Act - the part of the law that tells you how to break the law-the insertion of common sense into copyright law. We are free to use copyrighted works w/out the permission of the copyright owner/publisher provided that our use is "fair." Everyone has benefitted from fair use, and everyone has invoked fair use, consciously or unconsciously. What's missing is the word, "transformative." tbc
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The copyright and patent clause of the U. S. Constitution - Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8. Almost every American, except for those who run the U. S. Copyright Office, love this phrase as it lays the groundwork for the United States to have a copyright law. It states "PROMOTE the PROGRESS of SCIENCE and the USEFUL ARTS..." before "exclusive right," as the public's welfare is slightly more important the creator's welfare in this wonderful scheme. Unfortunately, the U. S. Copyright Office ha...
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The copyright and patent clause of the U. S. Constitution - Article 1, Section 8, Clause 8.
The monkey ‘selfie’ copyright battle is still going on, and it’s getting weirder
Usually one's gender has no bearing on copyright but when it comes to species and gender, but what does that pink spot really indicate and does it help to have a "next friend?" Copyright law has been used to censor speech but never to "redress...habitat loss and endangerment of crested macaques in Indonesia." And this is NOT The Onion. :-) [2015-1112] The monkey 'selfie' copyright battle is still going on, and it's getting weirder
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#selfie taken by a #macaque monkey on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi in 2011 with a camera positioned by British nature photographer #DavidSlater.
This 2011 photo provided by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) shows a selfie taken by a macaque monkey on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi with a camera that was positioned by British nature photographer David Slater.
In 2011, a female Celebes crested macaque (Macaca nigra) in North Sulawesi, Indonesia, decided to pick up British wildlife photographer David Slater's camera and take a selfie.
This 2011 photo provided by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) shows a selfie taken by a macaque monkey on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi
PETA's latest cause: suing a photographer to give macaque copyright of famous monkey selfies http://natpo.st/1V80mnp
This 2011 photo provided by People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) shows a selfie taken by a macaque monkey on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi with a camera that was positioned by British nature photographer David Slater. The photo is part of a court exhibit in a lawsuit filed by PETA in San Francisco on Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015, which says that the monkey, and not Slater, should be declared the copyright owner of the photos.
Monkey selfie - Celebes crested macaques - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Celebes crested macaque (Macaca nigra) in North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Copyright has exceeded its limits - Decatur Daily: Opinion - Corporate welfare. Deceased people do not create. --- "Disney’s and Warner’s gains are the public’s losses. Copyright is meant to encourage creativity, not enable near-perpetual monopolies. After a point, continued copyright protection stifles creativity."
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Washington Post Data Viz on NSA access points to global info infrastructure
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HOW THE NSA IS INFILTRATING PRIVATE NETWORKS. The NSA, working with its British counterpart, the Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ), secretly taps into the internal networks of Yahoo and Google, the two biggest Internet companies by overall data traffic.
How the NSA is infiltrating private networks - The Washington Post
NSA hacking - an infographic from The Washington Post
NSA vs Google
% of respondents willing to give up habit/vice for internet, 2012, US, China, Germany, Brazil
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A key part of life: In China, 80 percent of respondents said they'd rather give up fast food than the Internet. 60 percent said they'd give up driving. 40 percent said they'd give up sex. (via The Economist)
A key part of life
Powerful cartoon...from the era where the internet was something we experienced with a browser (thanks @pustovek)
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The Big Brother Effect: Government conspiracies will never end, but this one is realistic. Government agencies like the NSA definitely sift through a lot of our info.. Do they do it with all of our info? Should they use data from media sites to gain knowledge about threats to national security, or should the government not be allowed to see any of our info at all? Who should be the one to decide?
Voilà pourquoi les pirates s'actives afin de défendre vos libertés ! (Indect : le nouveau Big Brother ? / Dessin de Chappate pour le Int'l Herald Tribune)
We're talking about online privacy and data security over at the BuyDig Blog. Swing by and let us know what you think! http://www.buydig.com/blog/how-bad-is-online-privacy/
Federal Government of Nigeria Plans To Start Spying on Internet Users in The Country
Anti Fraud tips for the best internet security http://oversitesentry.com
Big brother spying. Internet censorship at its finest.
censorship internet | Internet Censorship
missing: free speech - Google Search
online privacy: tradeoffs and trends
Are there examples of high tech and highly authoritarian countries?
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Internet penetration is never correlated with increasing power to dictators, and is often correlated with increased freedom
A world map of the Carna Botnet's measurements of some 460 million IP addresses that responded to ping requests in June and October 2012. IP addresses shouldn't be confused with individual computers online -- they can harbour a number of devices. The colors indicate worldwide Internet usage, from blue (less) to red (more).
Image from the "internet census" by hacker