Category Archives: Copyright

#WEB206 – #Copyright vs #CreativeCommons

TUTOR: Copyright vs Commons: What are the positives and negatives of these two formats for regulating ownership over content? MY RESPONSE: Due to the nature of my work history, I am quite comfortable with this week’s topic. Therefore, I’m going to … Continue reading

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#WEB206 – Do you agree with the Creative Commons peeps who argue that copyright is restricting culture? Justify your answer.

TUTOR: Do you agree with the Creative Commons peeps who argue that copyright is restricting culture? Justify your answer. MY RESPONSE: I completely support the rationale driving the Creative Commons. To quote Isaac Newton, “If I have seen further than … Continue reading

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#WEB206 – What type of license do you think you will use for your non-academic work?

TUTOR: What type of license do you think you will use for your non-academic work? MY RESPONSE: I think I’ll be using an Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0) license. (I haven’t fully decided yet.) This means that I will allow … Continue reading

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#NET102 – Module 1.1 : MUSIC

TUTOR: “What impact has the Internet had on the way music is consumed, discovered and distributed these days?” MY RESPONSE: I hope to articulate my answer to this question from my own experience with music and the Internet over the … Continue reading

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#PWP121 – Writing Online

    ‘Shareholders to Google: Don’t Be Evil, Stop Dodging Taxes‘ by citizens4taxjustice is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic (CC BY 2.0) license / Cropped from Original.  TUTOR: For our topic of online writing, we invite you … Continue reading

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#MED104 – Learning Portfolio – 1.3: Critical Summary of ‘Recovering Fair Use’ – Collins 2008

Assignment 1 (Learning Portfolio): Week 3, Activity 1.3 INSTRUCTIONS: Repeat the critical reading process from last week using the set reading for topic 1.3 (Collins). Summarise what the article says about copyright and fair use in 50 words (using no … Continue reading

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#MED104 – Discussion 1.3 – The question of copyright

TUTOR: Ok, so copyright is a complex beast, and while we are all aware that it exists, many of us ignorant of what it really means and how it works. Some of you might argue that we don’t really need … Continue reading

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