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Artists, Technology and the Ownership of Creative Content: Summary Report

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Type: Conference Paper
Author: Bollier, David
Conference: Artists, Technology and the Ownership of Creative Content
Location: Los Angeles, CA
Conf. Date: March 2001
Date: 2001
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/4976
Sector: Information & Knowledge
Region: North America
Subject(s): intellectual property rights
information commons
arts
ownership
information technology
Abstract: From Introduction: "As the title of the conference suggests, discussions about 'artists, technology and the ownership of creative content' range across a large territory of law, politics, technology, art, history and the mysterious dynamics of creativity itself. Yet for all the complexities of this topic, one fact is inescapable: the digital revolution is provoking a wide array of novel quandaries. Answers are elusive, it seems, because the technologies are disrupting many existing economic and political relationships, as embodied in law and markets – yet forging new alignments of interests and new social consensuses is notoriously difficult work."

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